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Old 07-06-2008, 06:00 AM   #1
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What can i use to get rid of the smell of dog wee from the carpet so that puppy doesn't go there again.

I have brought something from the pet shop called simple solution, this works but is not cheap and im nearly out.

Is there anything else that i can use that will do the trick?

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Old 07-06-2008, 06:06 AM   #2
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I used to use a spray bottle filled with water and jif lemon juice. Spray it on after cleaning. Sometimes it worked....sometimes it didnt. I bought those sprays from the petshop....didnt work,but I was always kinda wary what was in them....hence the spray bottle and lemon.

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Biological washing powder...diluted in warm water
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Recipe for dog urine remover. If you’ve got the time and the patience, you can easily make your own dog urine cleaner. This method is not only good for removing dog urine, but also for getting rid of dog urine stains. First blot up as much of the urine as possible. Then mix 3 parts water to one part vinegar and saturate the spot. Next, blot it all up again. After it’s dried sprinkle the area with baking soda. Next stir ¾ cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide up with one tsp. dish detergent and drizzle over the baking soda. To make sure the hydrogen peroxide won’t discolor your carpet, first try this concoction on a small inconspicuous area. Next, use your fingers or an old brush to work the baking soda in. I recommend a hairbrush with little bits of plastic over the tips. Once it’s dry, vacuum it up. If there’s still a slight odor or a little bit of the stain left when done repeat the process.

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http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

here's a link with hundreds of different ideas - I just googled it

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Toilet training your puppy to eliminate where you want it to go and not all over the house requires a few basic house rules from the beginning. ACCIDENTS can be expected and may sill occur as the puppy is learning where to go.

BE PREPARED for a few mishaps!

Puppies have a strong urge to eliminate after sleeping, playing, feeding and drinking. This elimination usually occurs within 30 minutes of each activity. BE PREPARED! Most puppies need to eliminate every 3-4 hours, but with every month the puppy grows older its bladder control gets stronger.

A few tasty treats offered when the puppy eliminates in the right place can encourage good behaviour. This then can be given intermittently and then stopped after the right place has been achieved.

GO OUTSIDE WITH YOUR PUPPY, praise and a tasty treat can then be given on completion of elimination. Once back inside IT'S TOO LATE!

The signs a puppy may show when needing the bathroom include ; circling, squatting, whimpering, sniffing the floor, sneaking off and heading for the door. The puppy must be taken outside immediately to perform elimination. If you're not quick enough, the puppy should still be taken outside to finish the act.

If a puppy s punished for eliminating in the house the dog may then not 'go' in the presence of the owner. Puppies do not associate indoor elimination with punishment.

THEY ASSOCIATE PUNISHMENT WITH THE PRECENCE OF THE OWNER.

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Thanks for that.

Yesterday he went outside to do his business a good few times.

Today is harder i have taken him out 3 times already and stayed outside with him for 5 - 10 minutes and he has not gone.

After going back inside he will go on the carpet more or less in an instant. Its quite fustrating. I think it may be because it has rained and the ground is wet today and it wasn't wet yesterday.

Could this be the reason?

Also the nipping is hard to contol we are giving him a kong rubber toy to chew on but he prefers to nip our feet and trousers its hard walking from room to room without him darting an biting at our feet.

We have tried all that the book suggests to do but he seems to keep doing it.

Is there any other ways that you can recommend that we can stick to and hopefully put a stop to his biting & nipping.

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Hiya what i used is flash allpurpose. Try to get up as much of the wee as you can with cloth and water, then put on the flash neat and rub in try to get up as much of the remaining liquid as you can. Hay presto job done. Hope this helps

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Thanks for that.

Yesterday he went outside to do his business a good few times.

Today is harder i have taken him out 3 times already and stayed outside with him for 5 - 10 minutes and he has not gone.

After going back inside he will go on the carpet more or less in an instant. Its quite fustrating. I think it may be because it has rained and the ground is wet today and it wasn't wet yesterday.

Could this be the reason?

Also the nipping is hard to contol we are giving him a kong rubber toy to chew on but he prefers to nip our feet and trousers its hard walking from room to room without him darting an biting at our feet.

We have tried all that the book suggests to do but he seems to keep doing it.

Is there any other ways that you can recommend that we can stick to and hopefully put a stop to his biting & nipping.

Think you are expecting things to happen over night with the toilet training and the nipping. It takes time and persistance

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