Eliminate Dog Urine From Carpet
Dog Urine Odor Removal In Carpet
Dog pee or dog urine is a smell nobody wants in their home.
How does it remove the pet urine?
Simply inject your favorite enzyme solution through the tool between the carpet and the pad. That is where the pee goes. The solution can then neutralize the pee at the source and when it dries. Viola! the odor is gone!
1st - Locate dog urine, besides using your noseThe simplest method to locate dog urine stains is to use a black fluorescent light. Stains appear on furniture, walls, or carpet as a yellow splatter or spot. Black lights can be purchased cheaply from pet stores or online.
2nd - Choose a pet urine odor removerWhen looking for a product to remove dog urine and odors, the enzymatic cleaners are the best. They break down compounds in the dog odor, which is what attracts your dog to keep returning to the same spot. Most pet stores sell these products.
Choose an enzyme solution that will actually break down stains and odor-causing molecules all while making your life much easier. A good dog urine cleaner will also have bacteria producing agents that will work continued until the stain and dog urine smell are gone completely. Simple Solution, Nature’s Miracle, Complete Pet Stain and Odor Remover by 8in1, and Capture Pet Stain and Odor Neutralizer are effective products for cleaning dog urine. Thank goodness an effective dog urine remover is very easy to find. Many pet stores and online stores will carry one or all of these. But, the next step is crucial!
3rd - Using the tool to remove urine odor from carpetRemove as much of the urine as possible by blotting the stain or wet area with paper towels. Don't rub the area as you will push the urine further into the carpet. If the stain has already dried, moisten with warm water before beginning the stain removal process.
Lay additional paper towels over the stain and gently press to absorb as much of the moisture as possible. Repeat several times until you have removed most of the urine.
Fill the bottle with your favorite enzyme solution. Insert the tool at a 45-degree angle in the carpet. Using the bulb on the tool lift the carpet slightly. Inject your favorite enzyme solution through the tool between the carpet and the pad. That is where the pee goes. Viola! It is so simple. Now let the solution dry, as it neutralizes the pee and away goes the odor.
Prevent dog urine/spraying recurrenceIf dog urine odor is a frequent problem, dog owners should take steps to prevent future recurrences. First, have the dog checked by a veterinarian who can identify any medical reason for urinating outside the litter tray or spraying. If medical causes are ruled out, there are several things that can minimize and prevent urine incidents.
Many times dogs have a disadvantage. Humans have a toilet and cats have a litter box at their disposal, but dogs have to wait to be let "out". Consider options your house may provide like a dog door to an appropriate fenced yard space or train your dog to use a pee pad when you are at work or not paying attention. Dogs should have equal opportunity bathroom options.
If you use a pee pad or litter box for your dog, keep the litter box clean! Dogs can be picky creatures or eat the poop. If their regular relief hole isn’t as sparkling as they would like it to be, they will find somewhere else to go, or tear up the pad. Remember, nothing says “Go pee on that nice new carpet.” like a dirty stinky poo box or pee pad.
Clean old messes thoroughly. Dogs are creatures of habit. No matter how many times you say “No! That’s a bad doggie!” your odorous little friend will continue to think it’s OK to utilize the new big pee pad until they can no longer smell their own vile urine on that spot.
If possible, place litter boxes where the dog has been urinating.
Dogs are sometimes stressed by outside events. If it seems that the dog is peeing in response to outside stimuli such as other dogs or animals, block the view. Another option is to confine the dog to a clean area with a fresh pee pad, litter box, water, and food. This should teach the dog that he or she is not to urinate on carpets or furniture. Praise the dog when urination takes place in the appropriate place.
If dogs use potted plants as a litter box, place a few pine cones or orange peel on top of the soil. Dogs should avoid the plant if these scents are in place. You can also purchase dog deterrent sprays from your local pet shop which may be of use preventing your dog re-offending.
Make sure you have the right sized litter tray. A tiny tray for a large dog is not going to work.
Clean the litter tray(s) daily. The rule of thumb is one tray per dog, plus one spare. No dog wants to go to the toilet in a dirty litter tray and they will find an alternate spot to go to the toilet.
Dogs are extremely clean animals and don't like using dirty litter trays. You should have one tray per dog, plus one spare. So if you have three dogs, you should have four trays. They should be scooped out at least once a day (I scoop twice a day, morning and night), and completely emptied and disinfected at least once a week.
Desex your dog. Non-altered dogs are more likely to spray than altered ones.
If the dog continues indiscriminately peeing all over your stuff, be sure to have it checked out at the vet. There could be some health reasons for it, and getting those solved will help make both you and your furry friend happier.
Use the Inject N Clean Odor Cleaning Tool and smell the difference. No method works better in removing urine odor in carpets.