Dogs & Cleaning
Keep dog stains and odor off the couch and carpet for good.
Isn't it amazing how the cuddliest creatures on earth can also leave the smelliest messes inside our homes? We're talking old puppy pee stains, liquid messes only an upset canine tummy can cause and pet hair everywhere. We know cleaning up after our pets isn't anyone's favorite thing, and that's where our dogs and cleaning section comes in. We've compiled lists of the best products and home remedies to help arm you in the face of doggie clean-up disasters!
We often use the phrase "pet peeves" to describe things that particularly bother us. They are also defined as a "personal vexation." Pet (as in "favorite") peeves (as in "annoyances") are usually small things that somehow seem overwhelming. We might have peeves about our dogs' actions, such as the… Read more »
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Talk About Dogs & Cleaning
"If you have old urine stains, try a good enzyme remover such as Nature's Miracle. You may need to let it soak on the stain for a while, since the…" Read More »
Kim T., owner of a Bernese Mountain Dog
"If your dog has stained the hardwood floor, it will have to be sanded down to the bare wood and then cleaned, dried and then refurbished. Pet stains…" Read More »
Linda M., owner of a German Shepherd