How do I get the smell of dog urine out of my carpet?

Author: admin  |  Category: Carpet Stain Removal

I have tried scrubbing the area ( he always pees in my daughters’ toy room) with a bissel carpet shampooer, I’ve used pet odor and stain removal and regular cleaner , but I still cant get the odor out of the room, I’ve also opened the window and tried a fan to air it out, but no luck.

Help Please!!!!!!!!!

Sprinkle some baking soda on the area, let set for a few minutes and then vacuum. If it still smells, then try using your carpet cleaner again. But, if that smells stays, get rid of the rug and train your dog.

Editors Comment: The best product that I have found for cleaning animal urine is the Melaleuca product “Sol-U-Mel’.  If you hear of anyone who sells the Melaleuca range then get some.  It is fantastic for a multitude of purposes!

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26 Responses to “How do I get the smell of dog urine out of my carpet?”

  1. melchiahus Says:

    get a female dog and a new rug
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  2. Gina Says:

    Use For-breeze. This stuff works on everything
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  3. atlsexiest15 Says:

    u should either house train him or put h im outside
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  4. Reticent Says:

    Get rid of the rug. If it stinks that bad, its too late to get rid of the smelll. Then train your dog.
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  5. uhh man Says:

    im with gina. fer-breeze works!
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  6. chi chi la la Says:

    get new carpet is all you can do….good luck!
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  7. Curious Says:

    Get it out in the sun to dry, but before that use orange to liquidate it…
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  8. crazychicka43 Says:

    URINE GONE! i dont' know some tv ad
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  9. MarchingbandChic Says:

    Sprinkle some baking soda on the area, let set for a few minutes and then vacuum. If it still smells, then try using your carpet cleaner again. But, if that smells stays, get rid of the rug and train your dog.
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  10. TRICE Says:

    Pet-Smart has a variety of things that will keep you pet from going back to that spot. they should have something to get the smell out too.
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  11. rescueorbust Says:

    simple green works magic.
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    fifteen + years with rescue dogs with bladder infections, parvo, and other issues within the same "region"

  12. cw22 Says:

    buy or rent a steam carpet cleaner (I rent sometimes from a local grocery store), or pay for professionals, use fabrize, and keep a baby gate to block out your pupp or just keep the door close.
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  13. jessthov2001 Says:

    There may be hidden areas of odor. Get a black light and shine it around the room to find these spots, they'll glow. Then treat the areas with Nature's Miracle.

    If all else fails you may need to remove the carpet. Keep the dog out of there obviously and have him checked for medical problems. If that checks out ok housetrain him like he was a pup.

    Here's my articel http://www.tiaspetplace.com/housetraining.html
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    vet assistant, years of experience, vet tech student

  14. jonnielad04 Says:

    Cut that section off the floor. soak it in bleach for a day, die it back to the correct color and glue it back down…..worked for me and actually looks natural!
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  15. Blondie Says:

    Try using vinegar to get rid of the bacteria. Just pour it on the area and let it sit for a bit. Then soak it up with a paper towel. All you'll have left over is the slight smell of vinegar, which then I suggest febreeze. My dog had the same problem, the vinegar always worked. Hope I helped!
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  16. boukee2b Says:

    There is a product called Odor Out or Odor gone. Best place to go is to the vets or your local pet store so an odor can be neutralized rather than trying to cover it over with a new scent that will not work. These type of products are amazing and I have saved wall to wall broadloom with them. You do not have to buy products by these names but, make sure they intend to neutralize.
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  17. d_gormann Says:

    put hot very hot water on it and then take a towel put it on where you put the water and step on it with shoes do it like three time one hour apiece
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  18. jeffrey' s lil angel Says:

    frebezz that is what i use when one of mine cant make it out side and with one that is old and one that is pg and twoo puppys that happens alot lol
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  19. mycowscanfly Says:

    I suppose you could divorce him.
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  20. ashleyjn7 Says:

    My roommate's pomeranian decided to pee over every inch of our carpet, so we had it CHEMICALLY cleaned (3 rooms, $150). Now the smell (and spots) are removed from the carpet. Everything else, I believe, just masks the odor. The problem with the smell is that your doggy has peed there, and has marked it as a place that is OK to pee. So if the smell lingers, your dog will continue to pee there.
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  21. Sappho Says:

    Have you tried apple juice? If you'd rather not go that route, try Lysol All-Purpose Cleaner. I've never found anything to work on mess odors so well.
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  22. dadddis girl Says:

    the new thing urine gone
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  23. smplyme132 Says:

    The best thing I know to use is rubbing alcohol. It takes the odor out and the stain. The only bad thing about using alcohol…it really cleans the carpet good and after you have cleaned the area, it makes the rest of your carpet look dingy. But word up!… it works.
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  24. kidschloered Says:

    there is a spray for urine smell at walmart in the pet section i have a cat and it works great
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  25. skitzo4snow Says:

    go to a pet store and ask for some natures miracle..it works great..it also gets the stain out..u might have to do it several times but it works..follow directions on back of bottle..good luck..
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  26. geminichik11 Says:

    try this URINE GONE stuff
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