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If all he got was sprayed by the skunk just watching him is okay. However, you should take him into see a vet if you see any wounds or if you see anything abnormal like not wanting to eat or lethargy. The other thing to look for is any squinting, redness, or discharge from his eyes. The spray can be very irritating if it gets into the eyes and if you see any of these signs he should be examined by a vet.
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