It's not a very pleasant topic of conversation, but we will all encounter the need for a stain and odor product sometime in our pet's life.
Puppies are perhaps the biggest creators of unexpected puddles. Just as a human infant has to mature to get bladder control, puppies do, too. Senior dogs may experience a loss of bladder function, or some & Read more �
Pets offer devoted and loving companionship and bring joy to the home. However, they also bring messes and dirt. A pet's bedding tends to receive the worst damage. Keeping it clean doesn't have to be a monumental chore. For a happy pet and a tidy home, follow these simple steps once a month, or as needed, to clean your pet's & Read more �
If you're planning on traveling with your pet on a commercial airline, here are some tips to help prepare you and your pet for the trip and keep them safe during flight:
When cleaning up after a pet has had an accident, the goal is not only to clean the area, but neutralize the odor to deter repeat visits. Because dogs and cats have a keen sense of smell, and because the ammonia smell of urine acts as an attractant, they will often go back to the same spot to eliminate.
Know where to go
Consistency is key when training your pet where to relieve himself. The more often you take your dog outside when he has to go, the sooner he'll learn that he's always supposed to go outside. Once you become familiar with your pet's routine, you'll start recognizing the signs (circling, sniffing at one spot) that he & Read more �
Cats and kittens are naturally very clean animals, and most kittens are litter box trained by around 12 weeks old. However, the stress of moving to a new home may cause kittens and adult cats to forget their littler box habits. Following are some hints to make sure they practice what they've learned.
Place the litter box in a quiet & Read more �
To modify your cat's natural urge to mark their spot around the house, here are some ways to take control of spraying.
Fixing the Issue
Cats have a keen sense of smell. Consequently, when urinating in a spot other than their litter box, cats will often go back to the same spot because the ammonia scent acts as an attractant. Unfortunately, repeated visits to a spot in the house can get stinky. The goal is not only to clean the area, but neutralize the odor & Read more �