To choose a spray to keep dogs from peeing, there are some factors you must consider. There are many different products out there that may be used to stop dogs from peeing in our homes and outdoors. These products often take advantage of things that dogs dislike to discourage them from that behavior. However, some products are more effective than others. Hence, we bring to you certain features you should consider before purchasing an anti-dog pee product.
Rocco & Roxie Pet Stain & Odor Eliminator
This spray doesn’t use a scent as a deterrent to dogs but eliminates the odor entirely. If your dog can’t smell the area where he has urinated, he is less likely to return to the same spot.
These kinds of commercial sprays are proven and have many positive reviews online. They are also touted as environmentally friendly, all-natural and safe. However, if you make the spray yourself, you can save some money, and you’ll know exactly what is in your spray. It also allows you to experiment if one or more of the sprays don’t work.
Spray on any surface that you dont want your dog to get close to. Dogs dont care for the smell of vinegar or oranges, so using the two together really makes this spray work. It also leaves a nice, citrus scent in the air…win, win! I have been spraying it on my curtains that hang to the ground and around the areas that they were having accidents for about a week now, and it really seems to be working…YAY! I have to tell you…I was about to lose my mind. Yall know what a clean freak I am, and I was really starting to think that living with peeing dogs was just going to be my life, but this stuff really works!
This DIY Dog Deterrent Spray can help stop indoor accidents and keep your dogs from urinating in your home.
Got cats? Check out my Cat Deterrent Spray to keep your cats from urinating in certain areas and scratching your furniture!
***BONUS*** If you have dogs the like to chew your furniture, then try this on a small area of the fabric or wood first, then spray away. Dogs dont like the smell of orange and vinegar, but they also wont like the bitter taste, so it will keep them from chewing your furniture.
This fall, we added a new addition to our family. Nash (that cutie you see above), had just turned a year old, and we really felt like he needed a friend to play with. So we added Bentley to the mix. Nash and Bentley immediately became the best of friends and are the sweetest little brothers ever. The only problem…they are both male, and they both want to be the alpha male. That means that they have decided to mark their territory. It originally started outside, then recently, they have moved the party inside. I guess because its been raining for over a month, they just arent outside as much as they were.
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.
What scents deter dogs from peeing?
What can I use to stop my dog from peeing in the house?
- Citrus. The citrus smell is arguably the best dog repellent there is. …
- Vinegar. Just like citrus, dogs cannot stand the smell of vinegar. …
- Chili. Hot chili is a popular dog repellent. …
- Alcohol. Dogs hate the smell of alcohol. …
- Coffee Grounds.