How to Get Rid of Pet Odors


Our pets bring us so much joy and love, but they also bring plenty of messes! Check out our tips on how to get rid of pet odors!

While we may love our furry feline friends or our pet pups, we do not have to love their unique and often foul odors. Although most believe that this is an issue which pet owners simply must live with and grow accustomed to, it is an issue which can be resolved easily with just a little know-how. Whether you’re trying to rid your home of pet odors or extract the nasty scents from your furniture and clothes, here are some top tips for ditching the dastardly smells in a hurry.

How to Get Rid of Pet Odors

Use Baking Soda

If you have a dog, you must always keep baking soda on hand. It is the world’s natural odor absorber and can do wonders for your carpets, furniture and more. Not only can it be used as a natural air freshener by just leaving a box opened on your counter, but it can also remove smells from fabrics, furniture, and even litter boxes. Before you utilize this life changing the product on your fabrics, check the compatibility just to be safe. Not that the product is abrasive in the least. We just suggest users stay safe rather than sorry.

Make Fabric Spray and Odor Neutralizer

With a teaspoon of baking soda and a tablespoon of white vinegar, you can pour the concoction into a spray bottle for instant fine misting fabric spray that neutralizes odors. All that’s needed to complete the solution is adding two cups of water and shaking well. This spray is safe for use on anything that is water tolerant.

Utilize Filters

Buying a basic HEPA filter and changing out you’re a/c filters routinely can change your life. So many pet odors get caught in these air filters and just continue to recirculate within your home. For fresh and healthy air, simply change these filters regularly and attend to periodic maintenance.

Above all, make sure you stay on top of it! All of these are great tips to get rid of pet odors, but only if you clean regularly. You can’t let a litter box go for weeks at a time and expect to spray a little fabric spray in the air to get rid of the odor. Likewise, if your puppy has accidents, you can’t wait until after the mess soaks in for days to really attack it. Pets are awesome in so many ways, but like kids, they do require picking up after. Stay on top of the mess and you’ll be able to attack the odors.

Do you have any favorite tips or products to get rid of pet odors? Share in the comments!

21 thoughts on “How to Get Rid of Pet Odors”

  1. Thank you for the “recipe” for this fabric spray and odor neutralizer! This will help save me a lot of money and keep my home free of pet odors!

  2. I just a container of baking soda. I will make a spray solution and see how that works. I would definitely use it on my fur-baby’s bed. I just wonder if I can use it for his bath too. Like for the last rinse.

  3. I use aromatherapy. It doesn’t get rid of the smells but it helps. We live in a warm weather state so we keep our windows open a lot too. It helps.

  4. I have a couple of dogs and they do get a little stinky at times, especially when it is raining outside. I’ll have to try the baking soda method.

  5. I have 4 cats, so I know a thing or 2 about pet orders lol! I agree with having a great filter. It totally makes a big difference!

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