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The Solution – Home Remedy To Remove Dog and Cat Urine and Feces Odor For Just Pennies!

April 13th, 2022

Accidents will happen! We all know that feeling, so do our pets!

Even the most well-trained dog or cat may have a bladder infection or serious case of diarrhea, and can’t make it to the litter box or door on time.

Puppy owners can appreciate that even the most well-intentioned puppy, sometimes gets so excited or busy, they forget to take care of business.

Sometimes it’s intentional! We have those special pampered poochies that truly believe relieving themselves outside, is for animals; which of course, exclude them. They tend to have favorite spots, literally and figuratively, which they’ve deemed as their private in-door privy.

Why Does It Happen?

There are several reasons why pets urinate or defecate in the house; even though they know they shouldn’t.

Pets that are stressed out, possibly because they are new to the home, there may be a new family member or pet, sometimes regress.

Medical problems, such as urinary tract infection (UTI) and bladder infection can trigger uncontrollable urinating. Some cats are known to urinate in inappropriate places, as a way of letting their person know they are having a problem!

If you just moved, they could be getting bombarded by the odors left behind by a previous four-legged resident, and may lapse back to “marking” their new territory.

New furniture, bedding and carpeting is often a huge bulls-eye for staking their claim!

The piddling problem happens most often with excited puppies and submissive and/or overly excited dogs.

Diarrhea! Occasionally caused by something as innocent as a change in diet.

Negative reactions and side effects to certain medications, for example: diuretics and steroids.

Senior pets may lose control over their sphincter muscles.

Lack of routine! All dogs need routines. They thrive on them. Lack of scheduled feeding and relieving times can make it hard for a dog, especially a young one, to get house trained. That’s your fault, not theirs!

Adhere to schedules as much as possible. If you can’t get home on time, make arrangements for someone to feed and walk your puppy or dog at their scheduled time!

Other than for overnight sleeping, do not confine your puppy or dog to a crate for more than an hour or two.

There are those canines and felines that find it irresistible not to mark dirty laundry left on the floor, or even worse, on the bed as theirs. The laundry problem usually happens when you come home with the scent of another animal on your clothes.

Do you have a new dog or cat sleeping on your bed? Your old sleeping companion may resent the intrusion.

Some actually believe it’s an imaginative way of getting your attention when they feel neglected. To their curious way of thinking, negative attention is better than no attention.

The best way to avoid the soiling in the house problem is to know your pet. Watch for signs of stress, inappropriate behavioral changes and medical issues. Manage them accordingly. Put your puppy and dog on a regular schedule of feeding and relieving times.

If your pet is having a soiling problem, restrict their access to only a location that is easy to clean. Do not give them the run-of-the-house, until they earn that privilege.

The Recipe For The Solution!

There are countless commercial products on shelves and online for the removal of pet odors. Some are great, some not so great. Most are expensive.

Here is a home remedy many have found to work effectively and it costs only pennies per use. You may find keeping a spray container on-hand for emergencies or just to freshen up an area isn’t such a bad idea.