“best way to get rid of dog urine smell +eliminate cat urine odor”

When you take her outside to pee, try to train her to pee on command. When she does pee outside, lots of praise, lots of treats, lots of love, make the act of peeing outside the most magical thing ever.
When your cat takes to urinating outside the litter box, the smell can be difficult to get rid of and nearly impossible to mask. Whether the cat pees on a carpet, a piece of furniture, bed linens, or your clothes, it’s important to neutralize the odor both to avoid embarrassment and to prevent the cat from becoming a repeat offender, as they’ll often return to a spot where they have previously urinated if the odor is not eliminated.  Consider this your ultimate guide to eliminating cat urine smells from your home and determining why your cat may be urinating outside of his or her litter box.
Love this stuff and you can’t find it in the stores. I had to order it online. I have 9 cats and 11 exotic animals and it works great! I like using it on my ferret shelves even though it’s for fabric. A little misting on the carpet freshens the room. The smell is not overpowering which is a good thing since I have allergies!
Good luck, I know this is going to be a huge project for you but you will feel so much better when your environment is clean and fresh. Don’t be consumed by embarrassment. None of us has our shit completely together. You’re not alone in that.
I never have problems with pee. My problem is with a cat that throws up. How do you get those stains out. My brand new carpet is stained so bad it needs replacing again. Cat food is made of brightly colored
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What if you have a situation where you can’t do any of that? Several years ago someone put an item soaked in cat pee into our cloth lined book drop. Now every time it’s hot the entire book drop smells like cat pee. I’ve tried things like Febreeze and products that promise to remove urine odors to no avail. Even though the lining can be removed and washed, the county is not willing to do that and I can’t get permission to just do it myself. So what other options are there? Short of me filing a health complaint.
My cat peed in the floor register in our hall bathroom and I know this has happened several times and with more than one of our cats. I have thrown everything the kitchen sink down that register and nothing is helping. I actually think some of the urine has possibly soaked into the exposed wood under the tile, I can’t imagine the steel/tin ductwork would hold on to that smell….it could even be in our furnace?? We want to sell our house and can’t even leave the door open because this bathroom has turned into pee headquarters 🙁 Any suggestions? I’m gonna try the vinegar and baking soda, maybe a paste on the exposed wood/tile area???
Anyone with a pet knows it is nearly impossible to find a product that will fully remove urine odor, especially in furniture and carpet. Customers back this product, claiming it is the only odor eliminator that truly works (and many say they have tried everything available). Rocco & Roxie Professional Strength Stain & Odor Eliminator can even get red wine stains out of carpet! Reviewers say it does not ruin carpet or make it stiff, but you still may want to spot test a small section to make sure!
And the smell that is coming from somewhere in your home is unmistakable. Your home has the smell of a kennel and you then must act like a CSI agent to find the smell. Worse yet, you may have found it right away when you slipped on something in the kitchen. Either way you want relief and you want it now! 
Good for cleaning urine stains, especially with those yellow ones. Can even have effects on old stains too. It saved me from a two-year stain on my carpet. At first, I was just trying to test it but the effect really shocked me. But the remover is not very effective on other types of stain though. The smell removing feature is good too, especially with urine. It has a mild fragrance which will fit most people’s interest.
Hi I have a cat who keeps peeing in the same spot (next to rat cage) he’s been treated for a UTI as a precaution even though the vet doubted an infection and was convinced it was all behavioural and he was territorial, the meds were a precaution. Anyway I’ve tried other things with the pet rats and now I need to regime as they are getting stressed with smell of cat Lee (yes he’s neutered) so they scent mark even more which in turn stresses kitty and makes him scent mark also. I live in UK and have never seen peroxide in shops, do you think I could clean up without the peroxide? I have been using a UK enzymatic cleaner called urine off cost around 15gbp ($26) so it has cost a fair bit, but the smell remains. I’m hoping when the rats have been regimes that his urge will go, but with HIS smell still there who knows? Any suggestions??
However, I do have a cat who, for the past ten years has always urinated on piles of clean or dirty laundry, bathroom rugs, carseats, etc. He’s healthy, it’s just a very annoying quirk–especially when he does it on stuff that belongs to my kids. Needless to say, he was my inspiration for writing this.
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