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    Default Urine Scent in Carpet

    Hi,
    Just wondering if anyone has any suggestions for getting the urine scent out of carpet? I (we, us humans) can't smell these particular spots, they've been cleaned, and our noses can't detect the scent, but the dogs can. Short of keeping them away from these areas that were urinated on during toilet training, the dogs continually scent these areas if allowed near them. Now that we have 2 dogs, if one wee's on the patch, the other will follow, given the chance.
    What can I do to get it out?

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. It's on carpet too, obviously,
    thanks, Monica.

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    white vinegar

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    white vinegar and then when dry sprinkler carb soda on it and vaccum it up
    Vellela

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    All of the above!
    1 Siberian Husky Diesel
    1 Belgian Malinois Gypsy
    1 Kitty Porsche

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    If the above suggestions don't work there are a number of commercial products available. Google "odor eliminator".

    Avoid ammonia based cleansers as ammonia is a natural by-product of wastes and will attract rather than repel.

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    Awesome! Thanks for that. I'll give it a go. Hope it works!

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    Yep, vinegar. A lot of cleaning products have an ammonia base, which is like a red flag! Lol.

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    its not great my old cat peed on the rug my dad kick her out of the house

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    That 'no-vac' carpet spray should help too.

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    Most vet clinics sell a product called "Urine Off" which you can also buy online. It's supposed to be very effective.

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