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Pet Odor & Stain Removal

Our pets are part of the family. And for us who have pets living in our home, we know that accidents will occur due to pet hair, dander, urine, feces, and vomit that our carpet, tile, and furniture can start to look and smell very bad.

 

We are experts in pet odor and stain removal. Using the right products properly will give you the best possible results. So you don’t need to go through the expensive and stressful ordeal of replacing your furniture, floors, or carpets. Our proven pet- and odor-tested cleaning methods and treatments will make your home smell good and look like new again.

 

Owning a dog, especially a puppy, means dealing with indoor pet “accidents” from time to time. Some small dogs pee a little when they are excited, and puppies need time to learn that urinating is supposed to be an outdoor activity. In any case, the sooner you clean up after your four-legged friend, the better, as the smell of dog urine could cause health problems in some situations.

 

Dog urine smells like ammonia because it contains ammonia. Even human urine contains ammonia, but the concentration is much stronger in dog and cat urine. Ammonia irritates the lungs and may exacerbate symptoms in people with asthma, allergies, or COPD. While those little accidents that happen while a puppy is potty training are probably not enough to cause health problems, frequent indoor urination by pets could be a problem. As urine evaporates, the ammonia odor can become stronger and penetrate carpets, floors and subfloors, rugs, and upholstery, especially if they are not cleaned immediately. Side effects of breathing ammonia in dog urine include headaches, nausea, and a burning sensation in the eyes, nose, or throat.

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