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Stain and Odour Removers for Dogs products have an average rating of 3.9 / 5.0 from 112 reviews
Stain and odour removers
We enjoy sharing our living space with our pets, and having them close. Stain and odour removers are essential to have on-hand for any accidents that may occur around the home. Pet Circle stocks a number of stain and odour removers for your home to stay clean and fresh for both you and your beloved pet.
Best stain and odour removers based on our customer reviews
|Natures Miracle Advanced Formula Dog Stain And Odour Eliminator Sunny Lemon||Our puppy has frequent accidents on the carpet and so far this has done a great job at stopping it from staining or smelling. - C.S.|
|CSI Urine Dog Stain And Odour Remover||I actually used this to clean up the aftermath after a pooh my goldie did indoors on my carpet. It actually works - dissolved the finer bits and stopped the horrible smell. The vacuumed. All gone. Highly recommend. - REBECCA|
|Purrfect Pet Products Odour Control Mat||I have two adult cats (one senior) who share a tray but are allowed outside. As long as you keep on top of the lumps, there is no smell AT ALL for at least a fortnight, usually longer. - KERRIE|
Frequently Asked Questions
How to stop my dog peeing on the same spot in the house?
It can be a frustrating problem when your dog keeps returning to the scene of the crime, urinating on the same spot again and again. Scent that urine leaves behind can act as an inviting calling card to urinate in that spot again. Urea contributes to the strong smell of urine and can be difficult to eliminate from floors and carpets. Even if we can no longer smell urine, your dog can. Using an enzymatic urine cleaner can help break down urea and eliminate any residual scent remaining and deter from urinating on that spot again.
Behavioural issues such as territorial marking is one reason why your pet might not be able to stop urinating on that piece of furniture or wall. Submissive urination can be seen by more submissive dogs when they are around a person, animal or during an event that has caused them fear. For more on this, read our article What is submissive urination and how do I stop it?
If you have noticed inappropriate urination in your pet, the first thing to do is to book your pet into the vet to ensure no medical causes are contributing to the issue.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian