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Old August 2nd 03, 04:44 AM
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Our 8 year old neutred male English Springer Spaniel has suddenly started
peeing in the house, once or twice a day. Any suggestions as to what the
problem might be? Thanks in advance!


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Old August 2nd 03, 07:41 PM
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1. Have your dog checked for a bladder infection. Promptly.

2. Don't leave the dog loose with full run of the house when not
superivised. Keep him with a family member when indoors, and crated or
confined to a small area that's easy to clean up when he's alone.

3. You may not be using Effective cleaning materials, so he's drawn
back to pee again.
Get a good enzyme based pet odor killer, an dfollow the directions,
regarding clean up and treatment. I prefer Nauture's Miracle (which is
changing name to Petastic), but there are others on the market. I am
not impressed with Febreeze for this use.

Jo Wolf
Martinez, Georgia

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Old August 2nd 03, 07:41 PM
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1. Have your dog checked for a bladder infection. Promptly.

2. Don't leave the dog loose with full run of the house when not
superivised. Keep him with a family member when indoors, and crated or
confined to a small area that's easy to clean up when he's alone.

3. You may not be using Effective cleaning materials, so he's drawn
back to pee again.
Get a good enzyme based pet odor killer, an dfollow the directions,
regarding clean up and treatment. I prefer Nauture's Miracle (which is
changing name to Petastic), but there are others on the market. I am
not impressed with Febreeze for this use.

Jo Wolf
Martinez, Georgia

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Old August 5th 03, 03:25 AM
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In article ,
"Q" wrote:

1. Have your dog checked for a bladder infection. Promptly.

2. Don't leave the dog loose with full run of the house when not
superivised. Keep him with a family member when indoors, and crated or
confined to a small area that's easy to clean up when he's alone.

3. You may not be using Effective cleaning materials, so he's drawn
back to pee again.
Get a good enzyme based pet odor killer, an dfollow the directions,
regarding clean up and treatment. I prefer Nauture's Miracle (which is
changing name to Petastic), but there are others on the market. I am
not impressed with Febreeze for this use.


yeah, Febreeze doesn't seem to work to well for me either.
White vinegar is another option. Seems to work okay, and cheap.



Neither vinegar or Febreeze can thoroughly eliminate the odors being
discussed here for the dog. You may not smell them, but the dog still
can. That's why using an enzyme cleaner is important. The enzyme
cleaners, when used according to directions, completely change what once
was the odor. If you want to mark over where a dog messed or marked with
vinegar or Febreeze, that's fine, but that's all you are really doing.

I didn't know that Nature's Miracle was changing it's name! Thanks for
the heads up.
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Old August 5th 03, 03:25 AM
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In article ,
"Q" wrote:

1. Have your dog checked for a bladder infection. Promptly.

2. Don't leave the dog loose with full run of the house when not
superivised. Keep him with a family member when indoors, and crated or
confined to a small area that's easy to clean up when he's alone.

3. You may not be using Effective cleaning materials, so he's drawn
back to pee again.
Get a good enzyme based pet odor killer, an dfollow the directions,
regarding clean up and treatment. I prefer Nauture's Miracle (which is
changing name to Petastic), but there are others on the market. I am
not impressed with Febreeze for this use.


yeah, Febreeze doesn't seem to work to well for me either.
White vinegar is another option. Seems to work okay, and cheap.



Neither vinegar or Febreeze can thoroughly eliminate the odors being
discussed here for the dog. You may not smell them, but the dog still
can. That's why using an enzyme cleaner is important. The enzyme
cleaners, when used according to directions, completely change what once
was the odor. If you want to mark over where a dog messed or marked with
vinegar or Febreeze, that's fine, but that's all you are really doing.

I didn't know that Nature's Miracle was changing it's name! Thanks for
the heads up.
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Old August 5th 03, 05:43 AM
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"montana" wrote in message
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In article ,
"Q" wrote:

1. Have your dog checked for a bladder infection. Promptly.

2. Don't leave the dog loose with full run of the house when not
superivised. Keep him with a family member when indoors, and crated

or
confined to a small area that's easy to clean up when he's alone.

3. You may not be using Effective cleaning materials, so he's drawn
back to pee again.
Get a good enzyme based pet odor killer, an dfollow the directions,
regarding clean up and treatment. I prefer Nauture's Miracle (which

is
changing name to Petastic), but there are others on the market. I am
not impressed with Febreeze for this use.


yeah, Febreeze doesn't seem to work to well for me either.
White vinegar is another option. Seems to work okay, and cheap.



Neither vinegar or Febreeze can thoroughly eliminate the odors being
discussed here for the dog. You may not smell them, but the dog still
can. That's why using an enzyme cleaner is important. The enzyme
cleaners, when used according to directions, completely change what once
was the odor. If you want to mark over where a dog messed or marked with
vinegar or Febreeze, that's fine, but that's all you are really doing.

I didn't know that Nature's Miracle was changing it's name! Thanks for
the heads up.

How do you know vinegar doesn't work?


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Old August 5th 03, 05:43 AM
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"montana" wrote in message
...
In article ,
"Q" wrote:

1. Have your dog checked for a bladder infection. Promptly.

2. Don't leave the dog loose with full run of the house when not
superivised. Keep him with a family member when indoors, and crated

or
confined to a small area that's easy to clean up when he's alone.

3. You may not be using Effective cleaning materials, so he's drawn
back to pee again.
Get a good enzyme based pet odor killer, an dfollow the directions,
regarding clean up and treatment. I prefer Nauture's Miracle (which

is
changing name to Petastic), but there are others on the market. I am
not impressed with Febreeze for this use.


yeah, Febreeze doesn't seem to work to well for me either.
White vinegar is another option. Seems to work okay, and cheap.



Neither vinegar or Febreeze can thoroughly eliminate the odors being
discussed here for the dog. You may not smell them, but the dog still
can. That's why using an enzyme cleaner is important. The enzyme
cleaners, when used according to directions, completely change what once
was the odor. If you want to mark over where a dog messed or marked with
vinegar or Febreeze, that's fine, but that's all you are really doing.

I didn't know that Nature's Miracle was changing it's name! Thanks for
the heads up.

How do you know vinegar doesn't work?


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Old August 5th 03, 10:10 AM
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montana wrote:
In article ,
"Q" wrote:

1. Have your dog checked for a bladder infection. Promptly.

2. Don't leave the dog loose with full run of the house when not
superivised. Keep him with a family member when indoors, and
crated or confined to a small area that's easy to clean up when
he's alone.

3. You may not be using Effective cleaning materials, so he's drawn
back to pee again.
Get a good enzyme based pet odor killer, an dfollow the directions,
regarding clean up and treatment. I prefer Nauture's Miracle
(which is changing name to Petastic), but there are others on the
market. I am not impressed with Febreeze for this use.


yeah, Febreeze doesn't seem to work to well for me either.
White vinegar is another option. Seems to work okay, and cheap.



Neither vinegar or Febreeze can thoroughly eliminate the odors being
discussed here for the dog. You may not smell them, but the dog still
can. That's why using an enzyme cleaner is important. The enzyme
cleaners, when used according to directions, completely change what
once was the odor. If you want to mark over where a dog messed or
marked with vinegar or Febreeze, that's fine, but that's all you are
really doing.

I didn't know that Nature's Miracle was changing it's name! Thanks for
the heads up.


Is this available in the UK ?
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Old August 5th 03, 10:10 AM
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montana wrote:
In article ,
"Q" wrote:

1. Have your dog checked for a bladder infection. Promptly.

2. Don't leave the dog loose with full run of the house when not
superivised. Keep him with a family member when indoors, and
crated or confined to a small area that's easy to clean up when
he's alone.

3. You may not be using Effective cleaning materials, so he's drawn
back to pee again.
Get a good enzyme based pet odor killer, an dfollow the directions,
regarding clean up and treatment. I prefer Nauture's Miracle
(which is changing name to Petastic), but there are others on the
market. I am not impressed with Febreeze for this use.


yeah, Febreeze doesn't seem to work to well for me either.
White vinegar is another option. Seems to work okay, and cheap.



Neither vinegar or Febreeze can thoroughly eliminate the odors being
discussed here for the dog. You may not smell them, but the dog still
can. That's why using an enzyme cleaner is important. The enzyme
cleaners, when used according to directions, completely change what
once was the odor. If you want to mark over where a dog messed or
marked with vinegar or Febreeze, that's fine, but that's all you are
really doing.

I didn't know that Nature's Miracle was changing it's name! Thanks for
the heads up.


Is this available in the UK ?
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remove munch to reply


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Old August 5th 03, 04:08 PM
montana
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In article ,
"Q" wrote:

How do you know vinegar doesn't work?


Vinegar doesn't contain the enzymes necesary to thoroughly break down
the odor. Secondly, experience tells me there's a world of difference. I
like cleaning with vinegar & use it for all sorts of things, but when it
comes to pet messes, I stick to enzymatic cleaners.
 




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