How to get rid of dog odors?

April 13, 2012

For those who own a dog, they know that there are countless advantages to having a dog apart of their lives. Not only are dogs great pets, but they are important members of the family. Dogs are always there for you when you are down, when your bored, when you want to go outside and play, and basically whenever you need a companion. The benefits go on and on about having a great dog by your side. However, there is a downside when it comes to owning a dog. You have to pick up their poop, you have to pick up after their fur balls, and you have to deal with the odor they sometimes leave behind.

The poop thing isn’t to bad, and picking up fur is simple if you have a vacuum or a broom, but when it comes to dog odor, that is a war all in itself. When your dog smells, everywhere they go that funky smell is left behind. There is a way to eliminate this problem if you have the right resources and have the right knowledge to stop this form occurring.

The best thing to do in order to rid of dog odor is to regularly bathe your dog. It is well recommended that you wash your dog at least once a month to get all the dirt and debris off their bodies. The reason many dogs smell is because they are not properly washed, so basically they have what us humans often get when we don’t bathe; bad odor. You wouldn’t let your self get a bad odor, so why would you let a member of your family get it. Wash your dog and it will help rid of dog odor that may be annoying.

Another way to rid of dog odor is to use chemical products that mask the smell of dog odor. There are several products people can use to eliminate the smell of dog odor in their carpet, in their furniture, in the air, or basically wherever. There are carpet cleaners or sprinkle stuff that you can apply to your carpet to eliminate dog odor. There are products like Febreeze, that you can spray into your furniture to punch out dog odor. And of course, there are numerous air freshener products that will eliminate the odor in the air. Regardless of what you use, there are many ways to eliminate dog odor.

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