Homemade Dog Urine Repellent Recipes and Tips
These home remedies will have you using cayenne pepper, citrus oil, baking soda, lemon juice, pepper spray, and distilled white vinegar for carpet, for furniture, and for lawns. You’ll have the opportunity to get your house smelling like a new home, with no dog urine odors.
Commercial sprays are accessible, but why use them when you can create a homemade dog deterrent spray that works just as well for half the price? Using this recipe will deter your dog from marking its territory in the areas that you spray it since they will not like the smell of the solution.tb1234
Mix all ingredients and pour into a clean, small spray bottle. Spray the solution onto any areas where you do not want your dog to eliminate.
For furniture, be careful where you spray, as the odor can be intense. Try a small section of the furniture before spraying it entirely.
If your dog was already housebroken and has started urinating inside the house, you need first to rule out any medical or emotional issues. Talk to your vet if you’re concerned about your dog’s wellbeing. Your vet will check for kidney disease, bladder stones, and diabetes in your dog since these conditions cause frequent urination.
Chili Powder: A Miracle Homemade Urine Repellent
Chili powder, or chili pepper, works wonders for keeping your dog(s) away from the household plants. If you don’t have these ingredients, hot pepper will likely have the same effect.
Sprinkle some chili powder, chili peppers, or hot peppers around the plants, and your dog will stay away. Be aware that pepper spray works but not as well as chili powder and peppers.
The ammonia smell does a great job of keeping dogs away. This substance repels dogs more than any other element. Soak some cotton balls in the ammonia solution and put them in the problem areas around the house.
What scent deters dogs from peeing?