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Thread: My dog peed on my fabric....

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    Super Member sweetpea's Avatar
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    well you know what Jackson thinks of the fabric.

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    Just a note on some of the replies, dogs that are nutured, and cats too, still mark there territory, so that doesn't solve the problem. and some of our little female furbabies also lift their little leg to take a leak, at least my baby does.

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    That's why girl dogs are better, don't lift their legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patimint
    Just a note on some of the replies, dogs that are nutured, and cats too, still mark there territory, so that doesn't solve the problem. and some of our little female furbabies also lift their little leg to take a leak, at least my baby does.
    Mine does too! But she doesn't do it in the house. My male dog does every once in a while, but honestly, it is not such a big deal to me. Everything is washable here and dog pee is no more difficult to wash out than baby pee. If I had a dog that I decided not to keep, I would certainly find it a new home. No way would I "put it down". There is no reason for that. The dog could be an "outside" dog for someone. I recused the dogs that I have and the ones before them. Some of the posts on this topic are incredible to me.

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    I can relate to that. We inherited my father-in-laws dog when he passed. He would lift his leg every chance he and got. I threw him out the door in a snow storm, when I cooled down I brought him in and caged him. Then we started taking him for walks so he would empty his bladder. He was caged at night and everytime we left the house. Eventually we broke him because he didnt like the cage.

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    He looks so guilty in that picture! IMHO you'll never get rid of that smell... Let's see what everyone else thinks.

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    Well, he looks like he's sorry.

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    No being a dog lover and having respect and affection for those of you who are - I think I must refrain from commenting too much on this situation.
    I will say that I think NOT washing the entire bolt is a big mistake. You don't know how long this urine has been in the fabric and I have to believe that the smell has seeped throughout the bolt over time.
    Suggest washing it all and using baking soda based detergent, at least once.

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