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Having a pet can easily be mistaken for a messy business. After all, they bring with them a ton of vices right? Fur all over the place, carpets spotted with droppings, the whole package. But worst of all is the smell,that God-awful smell.
While our furry friends may shower us with unconditional love, like everything good in the world, this love comes at a cost. However, you do not need to worry about pet odour anymore. We are here to help. Here are a few ways to easily combat pet odour at home.
Wash your pet frequently: Pretty obvious, isn’t it? We do pay a lot of attention to our own hygiene, brushing twice and bathing at least once are values that have been incorporated in us ever since we have been in school. While the frequency may differ, it is critical to ensure that your pet’s hygiene is taken care of well. Your little pupper (or kitten) may not be a fan of it, but it is recommended to bathe your pet with the appropriate shampoo a bare minimum of once a month. However, it may be a good idea to consult your vet regarding the appropriate frequency and soaps/shampoos for your pet.
Clean up messes ASAP: Most veterinary hospitals use this technique to contain odour. They clean up a large portion of the mess as soon as it happens and immediately after use a cleaning material like an enzymatic cleaner to get rid of whatever remains. This is important as the longer you let a mess rest, the longer it has to solidify adsorb to the surface. This makes it harder to clean it up a little later. And with the stain stays the stench. Thus, it is a good idea to immediately eliminate your pet’s accidents in the same way as you would for a human child.
For the stains that are rather stubborn, one may consider it wise to call on help from someone who knows to thoroughly clean pet-homes.
Get your pet checked: What would you do if you one day realise that your sweat or your stools are leaving an intense, disgusting odour in the air? What would you do if you were for some reason passing gasses too frequently? The answer to these two questions would ideally be that we see the doctor for the respective problem, wouldn’t it? Why should this be any different for our pets. When our pets are giving off a stench that we know to not be normal, it only makes sense to go see a vet. The issue may be something trivial, or it may turn out to be something more serious. Our four legged friends deserve a healthy life and the only way to ensure that they get what they deserve is to ask for expert advice on the matters of concern.
Use the right pet food: Pet odour may be a direct impact of the food we feed them. A bad stomach will almost certainly lead to a flatulent pet. If not, then your pet will probably exhibit some other symptoms. Most of which turn out to be smelly issues to deal with. To avoid this it is important that your pet eats a clean balanced meal every-day. Consult your vet for more information on the same (We know this has been said often, but the fact is that each pet is unique and thus the vet’s guidance is necessary).
Deep clean your house from time to time: Our pets can sometimes get into difficult places. And often, they may also conduct their business in such tight spaces. We may not notice these immediately until the stench gets unbearable. However, thankfully for us, there are people that deal specifically with such corners. A home deep cleaning service provider would scan through every nook and corner of your home and eliminate every last spec of dirt. There are also some such service providers that specialize in cleaning up pet homes.
Ensure a clean sofa: Our pet’s sweaty paws carry them all over the house, and with the standard swabbing of the floor, this sweat is eliminated. However, we often forget to clean this up from our sofas and beds. This sweat then builds up and eventually begins to leave an unbearable stench. One can keep this in control by simply having one’s sofa shampooed from time to time by a professional service provider. This also has the added benefit of getting rid of pet fur from the crevices of your sofa.
Following these simple tips makes it such that keeping your pet-home odour free isn’t much of a challenge anymore.