I guess we could read for days and days about animal urine, but my question may be new. Our son lives with us, and his big dog (part Rottweiler and part German Shepherd), has gone into heat again. She is a very sweet dog and we are planning to get her fixed. My question is about when she urinates outside. We live in an apartment, so she has to go on the cement patio, and it really is a strong fishy odor. Any magic tricks?
Kersti from Bellevue
I don't know about cement, but my "mom" uses white vinegar either straight or diluted when I have an accident. Of course, I'm a cat, so I don't know for sure how this might work for a dog. lol
If you want to get rid of the urine odor in concrete use odorxit concentrate. check out the specific instructions on their website under basement or concrete. It works for me.
OdoBan...it will remove all odors.
I think PetSmart has a product for this. A bleach and water solution or a vinegar and water solution might also work. Whatever the pet store sells is probably a mixture of something you can make at home anyways!!!
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