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Old November 28th 06, 09:22 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Default Best carpet cleaning type for dog health.

I need to call a company to come over and get a couple of carpets and a
hall in my home deep-cleaned because the dogs have peed on it so often
in the last couple of years (even though I REALLY try to put them out
often, they still have accidents.. luckily they are near the same spots
usually).

Anyway, what is the best type of company I can look for? I want
something that will be safe for them to walk on, I don't want any
chemicals to get on their paws and make them sick.

Thank you in advance.

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Old November 28th 06, 06:47 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Default Best carpet cleaning type for dog health.

You can find some of the same products used by professionals at
www.allsclean.com
Urine Contamination Treatment works well with dog and cat urine. It
can be used on both carpets and hard floors. The site provides some
information on how the process works. if you follow the instructions,
you should be able to do it yourself.

The Space Boss wrote:
I need to call a company to come over and get a couple of carpets and a
hall in my home deep-cleaned because the dogs have peed on it so often
in the last couple of years (even though I REALLY try to put them out
often, they still have accidents.. luckily they are near the same spots
usually).

Anyway, what is the best type of company I can look for? I want
something that will be safe for them to walk on, I don't want any
chemicals to get on their paws and make them sick.

Thank you in advance.


 




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