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!
As most pet owners know, dog stains and odors can be tough to get out of upholstery, carpets, clothing and pet bedding. Luckily, dog stains are organic and they can be easier to remove than inorganic stains such as ink or paint. Urine stains are an exception, as they can be very resistant to… Read more »
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Talk About Dogs & Cleaning
"Clean your pet's feet before letting him into the house. For dirty feet, try a water dip, then a towel. Any caked mud will turn into muddy water and…" Read More »
Kathy Y., owner of a Mixed Breed
"When hunting for an odor eliminator for your carpets, look for a product that advertises itself as "enzymatic" or one that contains enzymes. Off the…" Read More »
Cressida M., owner of a Coonhound