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Getting dog smell out of the house.

At ODORCIDE®, we understand having dogs in your house leads to having dog odors, and we want to help you eliminate them! Many veterinarian offices, pet professionals, and pet owners rely on us for products that actually work!

One of the most difficult odors to get rid of can be dog smell. At Odorcide we have the solution for you!


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The Odor Problem

Dog smell in the home is a common issue faced by pet owners worldwide. As delightful as our furry friends can be, they often come with a distinct aroma that, if left unmanaged, can permeate our living spaces and create an unpleasant environment. 

However, it’s essential to understand that maintaining a fresh and clean home doesn’t mean you have to compromise on the companionship of your beloved pet. This guide aims to provide practical, easy-to-implement strategies for effectively eliminating dog odors from your home, ensuring a comfortable and inviting atmosphere for everyone.

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Understanding the Source of Dog Odor

Dog odor is a natural byproduct of factors that range from environmental influences to biological processes. A dog’s unique scent is primarily the result of oils secreted by its skin and sweat glands, which mix with bacteria and yeast naturally present on their coat and skin. In addition, dogs secrete a specific set of pheromones through their glands which contribute to their distinct odor. 

External factors such as diet, the environment they’re exposed to, and their hygiene practices can also significantly influence a dog’s smell. For instance, dogs that frequently play outdoors may carry the scent of grass, dirt, or other animals. Similarly, a diet rich in fish or certain proteins can sometimes result in a stronger odor. Understanding these sources is the first step towards effectively managing and eliminating dog odor in your home.

Regular Grooming & Care

Regular grooming and care play a pivotal role in managing the dog’s odor. Bathing your pet with a high-quality, pet-friendly shampoo can help remove dirt, bacteria, and excess oils that contribute to unpleasant smells. However, it’s important to strike a balance and not over-bathe your dog, as this can strip their skin of essential oils, leading to dryness and potential skin issues. 

Brushing your dog’s fur regularly not only helps keep it clean and tangle-free but also distributes natural oils evenly across their coat, reducing odors. Regularly checking and cleaning your dog’s ears is another crucial aspect of grooming, as these can often harbor bacteria and yeast if not properly maintained. Dental hygiene should not be overlooked either; regular teeth brushing or dental treats can significantly reduce bad breath in dogs. 

Cleaning Your Dog’s Belongings

Cleaning your dog’s belongings regularly is an integral part of maintaining an odor-free home. Items like beds, blankets, toys, and even collars can absorb your dog’s scent over time and contribute to the overall smell in your house. Washing these items regularly with Dog Odor-Off and pet-safe detergents can significantly reduce lingering odors. If your dog has a favorite plush toy, make sure it’s machine washable to keep it fresh.

When it comes to their bed or sleeping area, consider options with removable, washable covers for easy cleaning. For non-washable items like hard toys or bones, a thorough rinse and scrub with a pet-safe disinfectant should suffice. Remember, the cleaner your dog’s belongings, the fresher your home will smell. 

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Cleaning Your House To Get Rid Of Dog Smell

Everyone knows how to clean the house, but here are a few specific tips to help remove dog smell from your home: 

  • Identify Hot Spots
  • Deep Clean
  • Air Purification

Identify Hot Spots

Identifying ‘hot spots’ for dog smells in your home involves paying close attention to areas where your dog spends most of their time. This could be their bed, a favorite spot on the couch, or a particular corner of a room. These areas are more likely to accumulate dog hair, dander, and oil, which can contribute to persistent odors.

  • Deep Clean

To deep-clean carpets and furniture, start by vacuuming thoroughly to remove any loose pet hair and dander. Next, use Dog Odor-Off with a pet-safe carpet
cleaner or upholstery cleaner for a more thorough clean. Saturate the area
enough that the Dog Odor-Off can reach the full source of the odor. If you find the dog smell is still there after the product has dried, reapply since the source of the odor has not been reached. Doing a patch test first might be beneficial to ensure the cleaner doesn’t discolor your fabric. 

  • Air Purification

Air purifiers play a significant role in odor elimination. They work by drawing in air from your room and passing it through a series of filters that capture particles like dust, dander, and hair. Some air purifiers also have activated carbon filters that can absorb odors. By cycling the air in your room through these filters, air purifiers can help reduce both the amount of allergens and odors in your home, leading to a fresher, cleaner-smelling environment.

Solution: Dog Odor-Off

Eliminating dog smell in your home can be a challenging task. ODORCIDE® offers products that eliminate serious odor problems and keep them from returning. Our past customers have let us know how well our products have helped them. Read these testimonials to help you understand the impressive results that occur when using our products.

ODORCIDE® products feature a unique, non-enzymatic formula that works, regardless of what products have been previously applied!

Effective Preventive Measures

There are several effective ways to prevent the buildup of dog smell in your home. Regular grooming, as mentioned earlier, is crucial. This includes frequent brushing to remove loose hair and dander, and regular baths with a pet-friendly shampoo to control body odor. Regularly using Dog Odor-Off on your dog’s bed and toys can also prevent odor buildup. Additionally, consider investing in a good quality vacuum cleaner designed for pet owners. These often come equipped with special filters and attachments that can help pick up pet hair and dander more efficiently from your carpets and furniture.

Maintaining cleanliness and hygiene for your dog is not just important for controlling odors, but it’s also essential for their overall health and wellbeing. Poor hygiene can lead to various health issues, like skin infections, dental diseases, and ear infections, which can all contribute to bad odors. Regular vet check-ups can help detect and address these problems early. Remember, a clean dog is not only a less smelly dog but also a healthier and happier one.

Easy To Use Products

One of the key attributes of ODORCIDE® products is their ease of use. A single application is often sufficient to eliminate odors. However, for persistent issues, reapplication might be necessary. ODORCIDE® products are also safe for use around people and pets due to non-toxic and non-irritating formulation.

ODORCIDE® offers an affordable solution to your intense dog odor issues, providing immediate results with minimal effort, making it a cost-effective choice.

These odor-elimination products have been lauded for their effectiveness in dealing with stubborn odors. These professional strength concentrates can combat a wide array of odors, including those from food, smoke, urine and sweat, and are suitable for use on various surfaces such as carpet, upholstery, and hardwood.

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ODORCIDE® is a family-owned business located in Smithville, Missouri where we manufacture what we sell. Unlike many other companies, ODORCIDE® only manufacturers ODORCIDE® products. We have dedicated ourselves to providing the answer to your odor problems with products you can use and recommend with complete confidence.

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