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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Dog Urine Stains, How to remove them

Dog Urine Stains, How to remove them

Dogs can be housebroken and trained to let you know when they need to go outside to use the bathroom.
Urinating or defecation can cause a permanent stain on carpeting if they’re not taken care of immediately.

If you’re fortunate enough to catch your dog in the act of relieving himself take the steps that have to do with the dog’s training
and then attend to the problem.
Use a rag or some paper towels to soak up as much of the mess as possible and then clean the area with a mixture of cold
or lukewarm (never hot) water and some sort of cleaning agent. Natures Miracle Stain & Order Remover with Power Sprayer works well for this.
If the stains has been allowed to sit for a time you’ll need a stronger stain remover.
Cleaners like Natures Miracle Orange Oxy Liquid Pet Stain and Order Remover works best on stains like these.
Some scrubbing will be necessary, but it should be done as gently as possible, depending on the type of fabric.

The best way to deal with doggie urine stains is to avoid having them happen in the first place,
which can be accomplished through careful and meticulous training.
Using Four Paws Wee-Wee Pads is a handy dog housebreaking pad use a special attractant
to actually draw your new puppy to them.
Super-absorbent nature and poly-dry formula locks in moisture to prevent tracking.
Plastic, non-skid construction keeps waste off your floor. 23"x24".
If the occasional accident does happen, don’t lose your head.
Deal with the dog in the appropriate manner and rest easy in the knowledge that, in most cases, urine washes out.

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