Does your home have a kennel-like odour? Are you trying to find a solution to get rid of that awful smell? If the answer is yes, a thorough cleaning is required.
That dog smell soaking into your upholstery isn’t as sweet as those puppy selfies and something needs to be done ASAP!
What causes dogs to smell so bad?
Unquestionably, your dog is proud of its fragrance. It serves as their signature and stamp in your home. Dogs accumulate wax in their ears, have oily skin and perspire through their feet therefore, keeping on top of the odour is extremely important.
How to Deal with All That Dog Smell
To deal with dog smell it’s best to tackle each problem separately.
Start by implementing dental hygiene. This can involve routine dental care, tooth brushing at home, and even the use of certain dog treats to help prevent tartar build up.
Keep your dog’s ears and skin folds dry and clean. After swimming or taking a bath, make sure to dry their ears and check them from time to time to avoid wax and dirt build up. Unless their ears are maintained clean and dry, dogs with hairy or floppy ears, like Basset Hounds and Springer Spaniels, may experience ongoing ear infections.
Give your dog a balanced diet. Try feeding your dog a diet with natural ingredients if you think their current food may be the problem. For professional advice, speak with your vet.
Regularly give your dog a bath: This is an obvious (but frequently disregarded) method that eliminates many of the common, and occasionally unusual, canine odours.
Consult your vet if your dog’s odour doesn’t go away because several medical issues can cause unusual odours.
How to get rid of dog smell in your house
Once you’ve eliminated the possibility of a medical condition causing the dog aroma, it’s time to look at solutions that will have your home smelling great again. There are numerous approaches to eliminating the dog smell in your home.
- Vacuum everything. Sweep, mop, vacuum, and repeat are necessary tasks for hair, grime, and dirt. You should do this routine on a regular basis. Thoroughly vacuum all surfaces, including floors, rugs, furniture, drapes, and carpets. Make sure you regularly clean and replace your vacuum filter. Even if your dog despises the vacuum, it is a necessary and basic task to prevent your home from becoming overwhelmed by fur and other debris.
- Neutralise odorous furnishings. Wash all removable covers in the washer and scrub any old stains with Bio one™ to thoroughly clean upholstered furniture. The ideal enzymatic cleaner for dogs Bio one™ eliminates odours and airborne smells. If the covers on your furniture aren’t removable, you can use a soft-bristled brush to remove any remaining hair and debris before using Bio one™
How can we help?
Bio one™ is a pet enzyme cleaner that uses 100% naturally occurring enzymes to eat away at bad odours and stains. These enzymes have been carefully designed to make your life that little bit easier. Bio one™ pet enzyme cleaner works to tackle odour in the air, on carpets, on sofas, hard floors, pets bedding and many other surfaces. Bio one™ kills 99.9% of bacteria in a completely safe and natural way using enzyme cleaning. The enzymes are prepared to tackle anything in just a few steps.
- Gently start to wake those enzymes up by adding a small quantity of Bio one™ to your mix + spray bottle (or any spray bottle you have to hand), top up with normal tap water and shake well to activate. This will ‘power up’ your fresh water with millions of multiplying enzymes.
- Keep the surface damp and to give it enough time to get to work. If allowed time to dwell these odour hungry enzymes biodegrade dirt, melt away stubborn grease stains, eliminate odour and airborne smells. Whether it’s on upholstery or hard surfaces, these enzymes will work their magic.
- Ensure you have thoroughly scraped or blotted the area first and then liberally spray. Leave the spray to set in for five minutes (if not longer) to give the enzymes the chance to do their job. As it’s mostly made up of water you can spray as much as you like. Your enzyme cleaner will continue to work for up to 24-48 hours once spritzed.
What are enzymes?
Don’t be fooled to think that because enzymes are natural they are less effective than chemical cleaners. Enzymes are nature’s very own powerful cleaning tools. Making them the go to choice for pet owners who do not want to spray harmful chemicals around their pets and their home.
Simply put, enzymes are all around us performing millions of important tasks in our bodies and in nature every single day. They are a type of protein that act like a biological catalyst to speed up the break down of organic compounds.
Similarly to how saliva, (which contains enzymes), initiates the digestion process by breaking down food in our mouths, cleaning enzymes use the same ‘enzymatic digestion’ to effectively break down and eradicate the organic proteins present in urine, faeces, vomit, drool, dirt, food, and more.
This process not only makes cleaning easier but also prevents the growth of bad bacteria – the root cause of those unpleasant odours – in the air, on surfaces, and within the fibres of your soft furnishings.
Try out Bio one today, vomit and the other nasties is what nature created enzymes for.
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