How do I remove dog urine smell from bed and couch?

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Old 03-27-2011, 07:22 PM
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How do I remove dog urine smell from bed and couch?

I have a rescued Chihuahua living with us that has many bad habits. She has peed on both the couch and on my bed. I've taught her to pee outside, but the urine smell is still tough to remove. Please, any advice?
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I soaked mine in Nature's Miracle Advanced, it took a long time to dry... at least a week. But I don't smell anything anymore. We had pee on the couch... eww. Thank God we have a protector for the bed.

You can buy it from many places but I am just linking this so you see what it is:
Nature's Miracle Advanced Stain & Odor Remover - Dog Stain Removal from PETCO.com
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ditto the nature's miracle, i think the bottle says to soak it with enough stuff that it takes a couple weeks to dry... IME it works... you might want to grab a black light, it ill help you find all the spots that the dog might have gone... be careful though, i used one in my house before i even got my dog, it was gross...
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thanks, guys. will buy asap.
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Urine Off works amazingly.
I would reccomend that over anything else.
We used it at our grooming shop and in the dog kennel. Worked very nicely.
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I'm a huge fan of plain ol' white vinegar
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I just came from the Vet, they told me bleach would be a good choice. How much bleach could I use?
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I think that would depend on the colors of the furniture. I'd be hesitant to use bleach, even if it were diluted in a bunch of water.

I'm a fan of Nature's Miracle. But then again, I've never had stains to remove, just odor.
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I would not use bleach on anything that wasn't solid white. Also, if you're trying to remove odor, bleach is going to leave another kind of smell (chemical).
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I wouldn't use bleach. You've been given a lot of better options.
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