How To Get Dog Urine Smell Out Of Carpet?

Are you tired of your dog constantly deciding that your carpet is their own personal bathroom? Because speaking from experience, I was fed up. It can be one of the most frustrating things to deal with in the house. In fact, just thinking about that enormous dry cleaning bill is so draining.

But, that is part of the life of an average pet parent. At some point, you’re going to have to deal with this “wet” problem. It could be that you are in the middle of housetraining a newly adopted pooch. Or, perhaps dealing with a sick/aging pet. Either way, learning how to get dog urine smell out of carpet comes with the territory. 

So, let’s jump into the “how”, shall we?!

1. Clean Up Immediately

If you want to prevent the urine from seeping into your subfloor, you need to act fast! This means soaking up as much of the urine as possible using paper towels, or any other type of absorbent material. Make sure to repeat the process until you are confident that the area is fully dried out. Afterward, use a cleaner or even just a mop with water to get rid of any lingering residue.

There are times though when your doggo may have peed somewhere on your carpet and it has already dried up, leaving behind a strong urine smell that you just can’t seem to pinpoint. In such instances, you can simply use a UV flashlight, which will help illuminate any pee stains quite easily!

2. Use An Enzyme Pee Remover

In most cases, even after you’ve cleaned up the mess, getting rid of the pee smell can be quite a challenge. You may scrub and scrub but the stink still lingers, leaving you scratching your head on what to do next. In such instances, the answer to your problem is to use an enzyme stain cleaner. 

These usually contain proteins that essentially break down the molecules in urine and help eliminate any lingering odors completely. You will need to apply it to the pee area, and leave it to sit for a short period of time for it to be fully absorbed. Then, start scrubbing until you are confident you can no longer smell the urine anymore. 

But, remember that this may require more than one application to completely eliminate the odor.

3. Give It A Once-Over Using A Carpet Cleaner

When your dog pees on your carpet, using a typical spray cleaner may not suffice. Even after you have used the enzyme remover, it’s good to make sure that you give your carpet a once-over with a carpet cleaner. In most cases, you can easily hire a professional carpet cleaner to give it the full treatment, but that can be an unnecessary expense. But, you can save a lot of money by simply purchasing your own home carpet cleaning machine.

How To Stop Your Dog From Peeing On The Carpet

You can always get an indoor dog potty to provide your pooch with a specified area to pee or poo indoors. These devices are rather easy to clean and some are specially designed to eliminate foul odors, which means you will no longer have to deal with that uncomfortable smell in your home anymore. 

Alternatively, if you are still struggling to housetrain them, you can always make use of a dog belly band instead. They are similar to diapers in that they are essentially wrapped along your dog’s midsection and feature a highly absorbent microfibre lining that prevents any passed urine from escaping and ending up on your carpet or floor. Plus, they often come in a variety of dog sizes, so you can easily find one that fits your pooch!

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