This DIY Dog Deterrent Spray can help stop indoor accidents and keep your dogs from urinating in your home. 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...Read More »
Dog pee on hardwood floors can give off foul odors and show ugly patches on an otherwise pristine floor. Getting out fresh or old dog pee from hardwood floors without causing further damage is possible with a few tricks, the correct tools, and a little patience with the puddle makers.
It’s no secret: dogs and cats love food and seem especially interested in whatever they see us eating. For many of us, our pets are family, and that’s why knowing which foods they can and can’t eat is extremely important. According to the ASPCA, both cats and dogs suffer accidental ingestion of harmful things around the home. When they do, nearly 60% of the accidents result in emergency room visits to the vet and the bills can escalate into 1000s of dollars! Keep it posted on your…
The Family Handyman DIY Tip of the Day: Keep Dog Pee From Ruining Your Yard. Dog urine discolors and kills grass, but there are a couple of ways to keep the grass green: Apply lime or gypsum regularly to neutralize the acid in the soil; and water the area heavily to dilute the urine. If all else fails, replace part of the lawn with landscape fabric covered with pea gravel, then add a few dog-friendly decorations!