Monday, December 01, 2014

Urine on Carpets Urine on Rugs

Urine on carpets and rugs creates a real challenge to technicians 




“Urine smell from pets can ruin the most beautiful of homes. What makes dealing with that urine smell especially difficult is that after just a few weeks, the unsuspecting pet owner can become completely desensitized to the smell, not realizing how offensive it really is to visiting family and friends.
Urine smell from pets goes beyond home owner embarrassment. If you are considering putting your home on the market; that offensive odor will directly affect the sale price.”
Dr. Becker's Comments:
If you have a pet, especially a dog, there’s a very good chance you’ve dealt with at least a few puppy piddle accidents in your home. Hopefully you’ve had only a few and your adult dog is now thoroughly housebroken and wouldn’t dream of peeing indoors.
But what if you have a new puppy or perhaps an adult dog you’ve adopted that hasn’t been properly trained in the fine art of not soiling your house?
The very first thing I recommend is to purchase a crate and begin housetraining your dog immediately.

Stop the Problem Before It Starts

The very best way to prevent puppy piddles from ruining the look, smell, comfort and even the value of your home is to do a top-notch job housebreaking your canine companion.
For a thorough and hopefully enlightening discussion on how to prevent potty problems, crate training, and other helpful tips to get your pooch squared away in the toileting department, view my video series on how to housebreak a dog of any age.
You’ll meet Meredith, an older stray I rescued by the side of the road on the way to work one morning, and follow along as I take her from her squat-wherever-she-happened-to-be routine to a near-perfect example of a well house trained pet.
Most cats are very easy to manage because they instinctively look for surfaces that allow them to bury their waste. A litter box filled with a few inches of clean litter is all the encouragement most kitties need to eliminate in the right spot.

Make No Mistake -- Accidents Will Happen

Even after your pup is thoroughly housebroken or your kitty is a veteran at using the litter box, if you’re a pet parent, you WILL have the occasional mess to clean up.
Your dog may get a temporary bout of diarrhea or drink too much water and wait too long to be walked. Your cat may develop a urinary tract problem and eliminate outside her box, or she may throw up a hairball.
Aging pets, just like elderly people, occasionally have a bathroom accident.
It’s a fact of life with pets, just as it is with children that messes will happen.
Once you’ve done all you can do to set your pet up for success, the only thing left is to anticipate the occasional accident and arm yourself with the supplies you’ll need to do a thorough cleanup.

Call Able Carpet Care on 9562-7565 to clean up your Accidents and stains. 
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