You love your little doggie. They are part of your family and you will do anything for your little fur baby. The only problem is the dog and carpet don’t always mix. Oh, the dog loves the carpet and being on it, but the carpet doesn’t like the dog so much. A dog can ruin a carpet in many ways. Carpet Care 2000 wants to help you learn ways a dog can hinder your carpet, but also ways you can help the carpet continue to look great.
How Can I Protect Carpet from Pet Accidents?
Unlike a lot of pets, dogs don’t just live in a cage. Your dog most likely can wander around your home. Because it can do so, sometimes they have accidents on your carpet. Especially if you have a puppy, you can almost guarantee there will be an accident or two. What do you do if this happens? First, dab up as much liquid as you can. Then take one part water and one part vinegar and mix together. Finally, put the mixture on the spot and lightly scrub. After that, you can put baking soda on the spot and let it sit overnight. This will help with the smell. The next morning, vacuum up the baking soda.
How Do You Get Dog Dander Out of Carpet?
Have you ever laid down on your carpet and all you see is just a bunch of dog hair? Gross! Most dogs shed, which means you will have dog hair and dander all over your house. Even if you vacuum every day it can get down inside your carpet. There are some simple ways to get it out. Sprinkle Baking soda on the carpet then vacuum. You can also try wetting rubber gloves and rub on the carpet then vacuum. There are fur brooms you can buy that may help as well. You can also try lint rollers if it’s a small section of carpet.
How Do You Get Dog Paw Print Out of Carpet?
If you have a dog that loves the water or loves to dig, then there is a good chance you have had muddy paws running through your house. That isn’t a sight you care to see. What do you do if that cute dog gets those not so cute muddy paws on your carpet? How do you clean it? You want to let the mud dry. It will make it easier to clean. Once the mud is dry then vacuum over it to get the loose dirt. Now use 1 teaspoon of dish soap to one cup of water. Finally, blot it with a rag on the stain until the stain is gone.
How Can I Get My Dog to Stop Scratching the Carpet?
One of the worse things your pet can do to your carpet is scratching it and creating holes in your carpet. You can’t just clean that. They might be doing this for a few reasons. It could be they can smell something on the carpet and they are trying to get it. It could also be they are trying to make the spot they want to lay more fluffy. It could even be a nervous habit. Either way, it’s not good for your carpet. In most cases, it’s a behavior issue that you will need to stop when you see it happening.