How to Get Rid of Pet Odour in Your Home?

Furry friends are great company keepers at home, but one should spend a good amount of time managing everything associated with keeping pets. There are several benefits to owning a pet at home - keeping them brings more positive energy to our homes. We must know how to take care of our pets responsibly at home, and there are many aspects we will have to take care of. One among them is to get rid of pet odour that is most likely to occur and stay inside our homes for a while. There is a high chance for pet odour to persist inside your home because of pet dander, wet fur, and litter boxes. This odour can get into carpet, upholstery, and curtains if you let it persist after they occur. 

Do a deep cleaning by yourself or hire Sendhelper home cleaning services to help you keep pet odour at bay. Prevention and removal of pet odour along with routine maintenance is all part of keeping your home with fresh odour, and we at Sendhelper will do the job perfectly for you. There are always safe and natural ways to remove pet odour, and we are here to guide you through the process with some tips. 

How to Remove Pet Odour at Home Naturally?

You need not always have to rely on using harsh chemicals, cleaners, and toxic deodorizers to eliminate pet odour from things at your home. That way, you no longer will have to worry about the safety of your pet and toddlers at home. You can use baking soda and distilled vinegar to get rid of pet odour, clean and sanitise things. Here are some natural ways that can help you to get rid of pet odour effectively. 

Open all the windows and switch on the ceiling fans in your rooms every day to let fresh air circulate. Sweep all the pet hair, dirt, and dander from hard surface floors, and mop these surfaces to get rid of dust and debris you could miss while sweeping. Follow by sprinkling baking soda on fabrics, pillows, upholstery, carpets, and rugs to make them smell fresh. The baking soda absorbs the smell from these items - so let it sit for around fifteen minutes. Follow the cleaning by vacuuming all of these items. 

Make sure that you remove the cushions and vacuum their backsides with the help of the brush’s attachment. Another thing to do is to spot treat all pet stains on the carpet or upholstery with natural products such as vinegar. Wash your pet bed and your bedding regularly if your pet sleeps with you, or if you let your pet sit on your bed. Washing your pet's toys also is a must thing to do when you do deep-cleaning.

If you have a dog or cat at your home, make pet-specific cleaning part of your home cleaning routine. Here are some tips on how to get rid of dog and cat smell from your home specifically. 

Ways to Eliminate Dog Odour from Your Home

Seasonal changes, food and allergies can cause your dog to smell differently due to excess secretions on its skin. Here are a few tips to get rid of dog odour from your house, but if you do not see progress, make sure that you take your dog to the vet to know the reason behind such smells. A change in diet or medication might help to improve the skin health of your dog. 

Since ear infections are common in dogs, they can cause foul smells due to the formation of bacteria and yeast. Observe whether your dog scratches its ear often and get them cleaned and groomed. Unsavoury meals and tooth decay can cause bad breath in dogs, hence regular brushing or giving them dental care chew toys can help to keep such odour away. 

Clean your dog’s collars, chew toys, and leashes when you clean the pet bed to get rid of dirt and bacteria. Such stuff stinks when dirt accumulates on them, so washing them once in a while is a must thing to do. 

Getting rid of dog odour is always possible when you know what to do and how to do it properly, and so is cat odour. Here are some tips on how to get rid of cat odour from your home. 

Ways to Eliminate Cat Odour from Your Home

Cats usually have the habit of keeping themselves clean and free of odour. But they too can get into trouble and eat bad-smelling items that will bring the same foul odour into our homes. Sometimes, their self-grooming cannot remove such unpleasant smell from their body, and here are some things you can do to keep it away as soon as they happen. 

Giving a bath to your cat could be a great way to keep cat odour out of your house, but this is not always an easy task. Most cats hate getting wet, and most cats could get restless in the process. A safe option is to clean them using a damp cloth with fur cleaning lotions you use on your cat, and then give a brushing after the hair dries. 

Clean your cat’s litter boxes regularly to minimise cat odour at your home. Cats can get urine and excretion on their coats due to the lack of voluntary control or other health issues. Take your cat to a vet to resolve this if you sense that your cat has such an issue. Cats will also urinate on carpets and upholstery when they cannot go outside or use the litter box, and you will have to deal with a very unpleasant smell. There is a chance for your cat to urinate or spray gland secretions to mark territory if it is not spayed or neutered, so it is always best to spay or neuter your cat. 

Home Cleaning Services to Remove Odour

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