Carpet Cleaning Tips for Puppy Owners

Use Baking Soda to Deodorize

If you want to keep your carpets smelling fresh and clean, then you need to keep baking soda in your pantry. Nothing else compares to it in terms of deodorizing power. This is especially true if you have a dog, because it’s all natural. This is important because your dog licks her paws on a daily basis. You don’t want her licking anything that’s not 100% natural of off her paws. Scented carpet deodorizers may fill your home with a delightful fragrance, but it’s simply no good for your pup says Baking soda will absorb the odor and pose no threat to your pup. What more can you want in a carpet deodorizer? Baking soda is affordable, to add it your next grocery list. 

Don’t Use Chemical Cleaners

Chemical carpet cleaners have no place in your home if you have a dog. There is no way possible that you can use a carpet chemical cleaner without leaving chemical residue on your carpet. This is simply no good because that residue will get on your dog’s paws and into her mouth. As you can imagine, that’s not safe for your pup. Forgo the chemical cleaner, and opt for 100% natural carpet cleaners. It’s the only way possible to ensure your dog’s absolute safety. If you can’t remove the stain on your own, then use the services of a carpet cleaning service that’s certified pet friendly. It will help you rest easy at night. 

Set a Few Reminders to Take Your Dog for a Walk

It’s said that prevention is often the best cure. You’ll be glad to know that that old adage is applicable for carpet cleaning as well. You need to take your dog out for a few walks every night. If you don’t you’ll need to clean your carpets more often than not. 

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5264 SE Horseshoe Point Rd

Stuart, FL 34997

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