If you’ve ever had a dog, then chances are you know how crucial it is to get “accidents” it up quickly so odors do not penetrate the carpet. First, for obvious reasons you’d really rather your house didn’t smell of dog urine, but also, instinctually, a dog thinks where he’s peed once is perfect for peeing again. To prevent future accidents in the same spot, it is essential to remove all traces of the odor which could be detected later by the dog and lead to a repeat offense.
To do so, there are various products on the market which promise to remove all trace of odors in fabrics, some of which are designed especially for pet waste. To really reap the benefits of one of these products, thoroughly clean and rinse the area first, blotting with a paper towel. Then saturate the area with the odor remover and let completely dry. Once the spot is dry, the odor will be completely gone. Make sure to purchase one of these odor reducing formulas in a pet store or look for a label which indicates it is animal friendly to ensure your dog’s safety.
If housebreaking a puppy, making use of specially designed absorbent puppy pads may eliminate some time and effort in clean up. Let’s face it; accidents are inevitable with a puppy in the house as they’re still learning and not fully capable of holding it in a long time. Place these absorbent pads down in the puppy’s area to make clean up a breeze by simply discarding the soiled mat. They also keep your dog’s area clean and sanitary by locking in the moisture instead of creating a puddle. These pads may also be a helpful tool in bringing home the point about relieving oneself in a designated area which will hopefully follow through to the outdoors.
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