Okay, funny people, crisis averted!
And, yes, he DID look funny, so I can't blame you for snickering…I'd'a done the same! No, I did not get a picture, I was in complete panic mode! Truly!
I was so worried about him licking the paint off (which he tried to do after wiping himself off on the grass...much to the hysterical amusement of our painter...now fired (just kiddin'!)) and poisoning himself, my only concern was get it off, Get It Off, GET IT OFF!!
Anyways, although it's a good suggestion for removing oil-based paint, I didn't try the peanut butter because it's one of Mag's favorite treats, and I didn't think a paint/peanut butter mixture would "sit well."
So, I used a dish soap with a degreasing agent, namely, Dawn. Worked a charm, pretty much. He got three baths in a row (hose baths, COLD water), so you can imagine that Magnum was NOT a happy camper, but we got most of the paint off, especially from the places he could lick. I just kept telling him, in my best, comforting Mommy voice, "Stop wiggling! You brought it on yourself, NoseyBoy!" 'Course I wasn't gonna admit to him that I knew it was MY fault! Shhh! Don't tell him!
BTW, the paint was a lovely brownish-reddish-gray, which didn't go so spectacularly with his beautiful chestnut red and white.
Here's a pic of what's left around his eye, which was coated in paint:
After doing about 7 million b-500's, he's finally settled down. Doesn't much like that Moms is checking him every few minutes… Thanks for all the suggestions!