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    Try resolve, it worked on my carpet when my cat threw up and left orange stains from the food.

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    the pups are doing so much better! No pee/no poop in the house. :-D The wind has calmed down quite a bit. have a great day :!: :-D

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    I had an outside cat when an hurricane went over Houston and she was inside with me all night. i went into the garage and tipped the garbage can lid over on the floor and put potting soil inside it. worked like a charm. she hit it immediately. no way was she going outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    I had an outside cat when an hurricane went over Houston and she was inside with me all night. i went into the garage and tipped the garbage can lid over on the floor and put potting soil inside it. worked like a charm. she hit it immediately. no way was she going outside.
    What a great idea :idea: maybe we need to grow a patch of weeds in our garage...lol Our pups are trained NOT to potty on grass. Weeds and gravel is where they do their business. They Now they have snow. I am so glad they all love each other. They are all cuddled up next to me.

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    Poor puppy!

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    Poor babies. I don't like ferocious wnds either! Good to know all these solutions for when mine have accidents, or just get mad at me!

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    Awww, poor puppies...My 2 big dogs aren't happy about going out when it is rainy. To swim in the pond and get muddy wet-YES! But to go potty out on the wet grass-No way! I have to out with them and make them get off the deck and go "do their duty". On the up side-they have never gone inside once we got through that puppy stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaigai
    Hi Alaska,

    I can sympathize with your problem. I had a cat that had some medical problems, and would pee on my bed. This is a sure-fire fixer. (At least it is for me, 100%).

    Oreck (The vacuum company) makes a product called "Enzyme Odor Remover". If there isn't a store near you, you can order it online. First of all, get some warm water, and wet the area as well as you can. I actually had a sopping wet rag that I used. Then, with a thick towel, blot the area really well. I actually stood on the towel on the bed. Then spray the area really well with the Enzyme product. Do this in the morning, and leave it stand for an hour or two. Then put another towel down over the spot (I double the towel), and make the bed as usual. Well, not as usual, you should probably get a water-proof mattress pad. The next time you change the sheets, just remove the towel. You shouldn't be able to see a spot, nor should you have ANY odor of pee.

    The Oreck Enzyme Remover is the ONLY product I have found that completely removes the odor and the stain. To work best, the area needs to be damp, hence the water first. But the water also dilutes the stain. Good luck!
    Thanks for this info.

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    Yes, there is a product called "BacOut"...and you just pour it directly onto the urine stain area. I get it at Whole Foods here. You can try looking on the internet. It's wonderful - I have to use it often as I have a child who is still a bed wetter.

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