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Shy away from putting down a rug because you can’t clean it of pet stains and fur? Pet Parents need to put down a Ruggable’s Rug – and we’ll help you save 15%.


One of the most frustrating parts of pet parenthood has to be home décor. When you’re purchasing furniture or carpeting, your dog is part of the equation. I know my dogs play a huge role in my home’s décor. For the longest time, I couldn’t put down a rug, because Zed would routinely pee on it. But my living room just got a pop of color, thanks to a new rug from Ruggables.



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This dog is simply amazing! You made me remember the times when I just got my labrador. He was nothing but a scared puppy who sought love and care! Teaching him not to pee in the house was a nightmare! These guys kept visiting me like good, old friends: Wet Carpet | Water Damage Drying Reliable Flood Restoration Solutions in Campbelltown - Prime Flood Damage Restoration Finally, I took out the carpets and magic happened. My dog decided that he wants to pee on grass and trees, just like other dogs!
 

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You have an adorable dog! And I also want to mention that your carpet looks really great. Have you found a way to quickly clean the carpets?
 

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I can't agree more with you. I'm sure that you will need to clean the carpets. Especially if you say that the dog likes to pee on them. I suggest you buy a spray that scares away the dogs. So that the dog no longer wants to pee on a rug. And also use the help of a carpet restoration company. Your carpets should be well cleaned and completely get rid of urine smell so that the dog no longer wants to pee on them. Try by such actions to wean her from this. Otherwise, she will pee not only on your carpets but also will find other interesting places to pee on them.
 
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