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    Default For those that have indoor pets ...

    What do you do ....use .....to keep your house smelling pet free to a certain a degree. ......

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    My little dog is an inside dog, she doesn't shed hair (cavoodle) so I think that helps. I don't let her in the carpeted areas (so she can't pee or pooh in rooms). But to keep the house smelling pet free, I regulalry bath her (and wash her bedding) take her outside to do her business a couple of times a day (don't always get the timing right) clean up any mess asap and probably the biggest thing is that I mop everyday.....!

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    I have indoor English cooker spaniel bathed regually and goes outside to toilet

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    I used to have two cats, they were litter trained and we kept the litter in the laundry which usually smelt awful. The rest of the house got regular vacuuming but there was always cat hair everywhere!

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    We have the doors open most days the house is aired pretty regularly. Dog and cat both go outside to do their business.

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    Nothing.

    I regularly ask visitors if my house smells of dog and they say no so that's good enough for me.

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    Wash bedding weekly, vacuum daily (if house is carpeted), keep pets off the furniture (lounge, beds), and brush pets daily (washing all the time can make them over produce oils....I found a regular swim in the ocean and then a wash down with water only was good at cleaning without stripping oils), and feeding a high quality diet.


 

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