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First, rinse the carpet thoroughly with cold water. This will help rid of any excess shampoo and suds. dry it off completely before using any odor removal products.
Next, use a pet-safe rug cleaner on a small section of the carpet. Be sure to work slowly in a circular motion to avoid rubbing the entire rug surface with chemicals. Let the cleaner sit for several minutes before rinsing it off well with cold water. Repeat this treatment as necessary until the urine smell is gone.
Finally, mix 1 cup of white vinegar and 2 cups of water in a spray bottle and spritz it onto the affected area liberally Sprinkle some baking soda over top (this will act as an odor absorber), seal the bottle and shake it well before spraying. Let it sit for at least 30 minutes before vacuuming or mopping up
A study published in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2017 showed that when fed a diet high in grain to adult dogs, there was an increased incidence of weight gain and bloat. Furthermore, this study found that when grain was eliminated from the dog’s diet entirely, weight loss and improved blood glucose control occurred. These results suggest that while grains may not be ideal for all dogs, they can potentially be harmful if overfed or fed in excessive amounts. Consequently, most veterinary professionals recommend gradually introducing grains into a dog’s diet over time and monitoring their elimination to ensure safety.
Are all types of grain bad? While experts agree that whole grains (containing intact kernels) are generally safe for dogs to eat, processed versions (such as white bread) may contain additives and fillers that can be harmful. It is important to read labels carefully before feeding your pup any type of grain product – just as with any other food item.
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