Pet urine can be detrimental to your carpet. It is important to figure out the ‘why’ so you can figure out the ‘what next’. Today we present you with the top reasons why your pet may be urinating indoors.
It is no secret that a dog’s signature way to mark its territory is by urinating. If you have recently moved, your dog may be smelling urine stains from dogs who used to live there.
Even if you can’t smell any pet urine in the carpet, the sensitive nose of a dog can pick up past smells of pee.
That’s why we use black light technology to locate urine stains. They are not always visible or strong enough to smell, but they can still cause a urination problem with your pet. With our P.U.R.T. method, we can remove those stains and prevent your pet from peeing there again.
If your pet has never had a problem urinating in the correct spot until recently, it may be because of a medical condition. Perhaps they have a urinary infection or kidney disease. If they are getting older, their age may be a factor in their frequent accidents.
If you think your pet has a medical concern, consult a veterinarian to find a safe solution.
Does your dog pee when you greet them? This may be due to extreme excitement! Dogs who urinate when feeling extreme excitement or stress are exhibiting submissive urination. This is most common in puppies, but can occur in older dogs. Consult a dog behaviorist or veterinarian to manage your pet’s excitement and calm their anxiety. Finding a solution will save your carpets. Most importantly, it will help you and your pet to be rid of urine-related anxiety.