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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Uh Oh! My Dog Peed on the Floor! How to Get Rid of the Smell of Dog Urine

No matter how well trained your dog is, and how diligently you keep to your potty-break schedule, sometimes pee happens. Whether on the carpet, hardwood floor, or anywhere else, prompt action is the best way to make sure that dog urine won’t leave a lasting impression . . . and smell. And even if you come upon a dried urine puddle or stain, there are still things you can do to remove the smell.

New Urine Stains on Carpet or Fabric
Your dog just peed on the carpet. Now what? Luckily, you probably have the tools for the job right at hand. Place a thick layer of paper towels over the wet spot, and, if possible, under it, as well. Cover that with a thick layer of newspaper. You can stand on the paper for a few minutes to help it absorb the urine more quickly, or just leave the paper until most of the urine is soaked up. Then remove all the paper and rinse the area with cool water. Blot up all the water, either with towels or a wet vac. Fair warning: the soggy towels are probably going to stink, which is a good thing, because it means you’re drawing out as much of the urine and its odor as possible.

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