PET ODOR CONTROL

We treat many types of pet odor from dogs and cats, but the most common are that doggy smell, dog urine and cat urine. The doggy smell usually comes from the dogs sweat from their paws, hair follicles, oils, dander and bacteria. Cats usually don’t have bad body odors because cats constantly groom themselves, but cat urine has a very strong odor and difficult to eliminate. Another difficult and strong smelling odor to remove is when a cat sprays it marks territory and that can be on almost anything in your home. Dogs can leave traces of their odor on most everything they come in contact with. This can mean carpeting, upholstery, bedding and even the air inside your home can get that doggy odor. Pre-treating your carpets with a sanitizing product and giving it sufficient dwell time followed by hot water extraction usually eliminates the odor and bacteria, urine on the other hand requires different spotting and cleaning procedures. Urine almost always ends up going through the carpet and into the carpet pad and sometimes into the floor underneath the pad, so we sometimes need to treat the carpet backing ,the pad and sometimes the floor under the pad. Sometimes we can treat and eliminate the pet urine along with any odor without having to pull up the carpet, but there are times when the carpet needs to be pulled up. All pet odor problems always have to be thoroughly inspected and evaluated.

What Causes Dog Body Odor

  • Skin infections
  • Ear infections
  • Pet dander
  • Bacteria
  • Perspiration

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