Pet Urine & Odor


If you are a pet owner, you are all too familiar with how pet stains and odors start. You turn your back on your house pet for a moment, nature calls, and presto! Your lovely carpet or other home furnishings suddenly wears a stain. And if that wasn’t dreadful enough, you now have to contend with the embarrassing odor. Pet odors are a big problem. Cat owners are particularly aware of this, if the scent remains, they will keep on coming back to the same spot. The #1 step you must take is to re-train your pet to avoid soiling these areas again. Pet stains and odors should be eliminated immediately when they first occur because if the source of the odor remains in the carpet for an extended time, it will be difficult to remove.

And because we understand this problem, we don’t just treat the surface of the carpet. In many cases, the urine has already soaked down to the pad or sub-floor so it’s necessary to go deep. We do this by flushing the area with a special treatment that breaks down urine crystals and encapsulates odors. Once the area has been treated, we use a special tool called the Water Claw to extract the urine completely out of the carpet and pad. This is the only way to fully eliminate the problem. However, please note that urine can leave a permanent stain, cause discoloration, and even bleach the color out of the carpet.


  1. Urine is sterile when a dog or cat urinates.
  2. Urine starts as acid and changes to an alkaline salt over time.
  3. Urine salt attracts moisture and breeds bacteria.
  4. Bacteria produce a bad odor.
  5. Urine does not dry; it can remain sticky for years.
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