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Horrible Question Re Dog Smell

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Octopus37 Tue 15-Nov-16 21:01:36

Hi, sorry to have to post this but I need some advice. Our lovely dog sadly passed away in our bedroom during the early hours of Sunday morning. We got someone to come and take him as soon as could (realised in the mornig what had happened) and got some carpet cleaner and obviously cleaned the carpet especially as he had messed. Unfortunately we have been left with a smell in the bedroom (unable to sleep in there at the moment), which we cannot get rid of, I cam opening the windows during the day when we are in and spraying round. I'm sure the smell is due to the fact that he died. Any tips to get rid of the smell would be great as obviously the whole thing is upsetting. Sorry for the wierd question.

Hoppinggreen Tue 15-Nov-16 21:03:17

I'm sorry for your loss.
The best thing would be specialist cleaner from a pet shop if you could bear to visit one.
If not I think that bio wash liquid is good for breaking down pet odours

Octopus37 Tue 15-Nov-16 21:15:47

Thank you, will try and pick something up tomorrow

OlennasWimple Tue 15-Nov-16 21:18:22

Can you hire a carpet cleaner? Most of the big supermarkets have them and they don't cost much for a day or so (you might want to do it twice) Especially with some specialist pet odour shampoo from a pet store


Shriek Tue 15-Nov-16 21:18:39

So sad for your loss. Just wanted to pass on condolences. Not very helpful with the cleaning i'm afraid but good luck with it anyway.
Not sure its always recoverable is it?

Helen1966 Tue 15-Nov-16 21:19:20

Get a professional carpet cleaning company in, or hire one from your local DIY shop
I am really sorry your dog died, it must have been a shock to you to wake in the morning and find him gone, but at least it was peaceful for him x

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