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Pet Odor Remover

Dogs may bring a lot of goodness into your life, but they don’t always smell like roses. In fact, dogs can leave plenty of odors around the house, especially if they have accidents in the house, go swimming, roll around in the mud or any other reason. Petco offers a variety of dog cleaning supplies, including dog odor eliminators.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dog odor comes from many sources. Begin by identifying the problem. Does your dog simply need a bath or a spray down in the yard? If your dog had an accident in the home, clean it up as soon as you notice the smell. Dog poop bags and clean-up supplies can help. Next, choose dog cleaning supplies that match the situation.

For example, some dog odor removers are designed to work specifically on dog urine, while others can address multiple causes, such as:

  • Vomit

  • Feces

  • Mud

  • And even skunk spray

Many odor-causing accidents also leave stains in your home. If this is the case, you’ll want to use a pet cleaner that helps remove stains and odors. Choose a cleaner designed for the right surface in your home. Some pet cleaners are designed specifically for carpets and upholstery, while others can be used on hard surfaces. You can even purchase dog stain removers for clothing.

If you aren’t sure which cleaner is right for your stinky situation, read the label. You can also use more than one solution, such as a dog urine cleaner followed by an odor eliminator.

It can be hard to relax in your home when it smells unpleasant. A pet odor eliminator can help mask dog smells to make your environment more pleasing. However, if your pet had an accident, you’ll need to use a pet cleaning solution, like an enzymatic cleaner, to address the mess. If the stain is on the carpet, choose a carpet stain remover. Follow the instructions on the solution’s container carefully to get the best results.

If your dog peed in your home, use a dog urine cleaner to help eliminate stains and odors. Dogs are very scent-oriented animals, and if you let urine or feces smells linger in your home, your dog could decide to make those areas a new potty spot. Using strong odor and stain removers can often lower the risk of your dog having more accidents indoors.