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It's unlikely your dog will urinate on his own bed, but it does happen. Especially in the case of illness. If this has happened to you, of course you'll want to remove dog urine odor as well as the stain. To do so, first remove the cover to the dog bed and wash in the washing machine. If the stain has penetrated the mattress, you'll need a dog urine remover. There are professional products you can use such as PAWS -Pet Accident Washup Solution, or you can try something else such as vinegar. Blot the stain with vinegar until the stain is removed and the smell of dog urine is gone. If the dog urine smell remains, cover the stain with baking soda and leave overnight.
Thank you soo much for this excellent advice.My mom used to tell me to use club soda also.You just pour it straight from the bottle onto the stain and dab it up with damp paper towels.Can also let it soak,and then dab it up if stain is older than 24 hours,or dry.
Hey the vinegar thing worked :)
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|