What kid hasn’t dreamed of waking up on Christmas morning to find an adorable puppy or kitten with a big red bow? Puppies and kittens are so cute and can bring smiles to everyone around. But after a few weeks, you may be in chaos. The first few days of a new puppy may be very exciting and happy for all participants, but the novelty of raising a dog will begin soon. From pet stains to chewing, many undesirable things can happen to carpets.
Dogs and cats might be our closest companions, yet not the dearest companions of our carpets and upholstery. Pets stains have been an ever since people have had indoor pets. Unattended stains can bring disagreeable smells and long-lasting harm to carpets and upholstery.
Now that you are starting to potty train your puppy you most likely will encounter pet accidents on your carpets. Some of the most common pet accidents can be:
Owners of even the best-prepared pets will now and then experience pet pee accidents and leave stains on the carpets. Frequently, the pee isn’t found until long later it happens. The kinds of harm from pet pee can vary depending on the material of the carpet and the time urine stain has been left unattended. Urine attracts moisture, so when urine is left untreated various types of mold can grow under your carpet and cause respiratory problems. Cat’s urine holds the highest concentration of ammonia which causes symptoms like watery eyes, inflammation of airways, sinusitis, and allergies, these symptoms can be uncomfortable for healthy people, but for individuals with compromised immune systems, this can be a high risk for their health.
The best way to take care of this issue is to call Bob’s Carpet & Tile Care professionals who don’t just treat the surface level stains but also clean the deep-down pet urine spots and odors that can embed themselves into your carpet and upholstery.
Pet’s poop it’s also a serious matter. Odor, stains, bacteria, and even fecal/oral transmitted diseases are consequences of poor care concerning a pet’s bowel movements. Same as urine, the damage caused by this particular pet accident varies depending on what type of poop you are dealing with, for solid messes, the damage is relatively less compared to cases of diarrhea where feces are harder to clean, increasing the risks for the health of people or other pets. In cases where a pet messes on your carpet or upholstery, it is important to clean up the mess thoroughly to prevent issues. When pet waste penetrates the carpet and soaks the carpet padding or subfloor, the stains or odors could be near impossible to remove. If necessary, we can replace the damaged padding and seal the subfloor.
Pets will inevitably get sick at some point, especially puppies and kittens who are prompt to get sick and vomit on any surface, including carpets and upholstery. With the season in full swing and family members likely to overindulge new pets with treats, the chances of getting an upset stomach are very much real. Vomit stains are hard to avoid once the accident happens, mostly because puke is hard to clean out properly. We at Bob’s Carpet & Tile Care use special formulas that can penetrate the carpet’s fiber to loosen stains from pets. Once loose, we can then use our powerful carpet cleaning tools to clean the contaminated areas to completely or mostly remove staining.
When dealing with puppies and kittens accidents, the most important thing is to take action as soon as possible to prevent permanent damage to your surfaces and prevent some real health problems. Don’t settle with cleaning only the visible problems, Bob’s Carpet & Tile Care not only uses the best products available to tackle your odor and pet stain removal in Grand Junction and surrounding communities. Our special cleaning tools flush the dirt out and remove the spots completely, leaving no smell or stain locked into the fibers or padding of your carpet or upholstery. With Bob’s Carpet & Tile Care, you can rest assured that your carpets, upholstery, grouts, and tiles are stain-free, and healthy while you raise the furry new member of your family.