Every now and then, your pooch is bound to get an upset stomach. Consequently, he or she may inadvertently vomit somewhere in your house. Whether your pooch throws up on your carpet, furniture, or carpeting, it is bound to be a stressful occasion for you. There are a few methods of dealing with dog vomit that you can attempt, and this article will attempt to review the most effective ones.
Keep in mind that vomit is very acidic. The longer you allow it to sit on the carpet, the more it will see into the fibers. The first order of business is to remove as much of the vomit as possible. If the vomit has become caked onto the carpet, adding a little water to loose it up and allow you to pick up more of the vomit. Next, apply a generous layer of salt or baking soda to the vomit stain. Then allow the area to dry. Then vacuum the area thoroughly. Repeat this step at least once. Afterwards, douse the area with club soda and gently blot until discoloration and odor begins to fade. This process should typically rid an area of stains and odors.
If the home-made vomit removal remedy fails to properly clean your carpeting, there are various products you can purchase that are adept at cleaning vomit and other types of stains. Just be certain to purchase a non-toxic cleaning agent that is safe to use on your carpeting or any other location that your pet is likely to explore. A great example of one of these non-toxic products is Nature's Miracle Stain and Odor Remover. There are many other products that can also be effective.
Cleaning up your dog's vomit is never a pleasurable experience, but with some preparation and attention to detail, you can get the job done quickly and efficiently and have your carpet looking and smelling as good as new in no time.