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Any suggestions for good carpet cleaner after pee accident. So frustrated! My sweet 8 month old Izzy is having accidents. Waiting to see if she has UTI. She is now confined to smaller area. Should she be totally gained by now. Never had small dog before. She will tell me when she has to go, but will also go in other room and pee sometimes. Can't trust her yet. Any elf would be great. Thanks
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She will be totally trained when she's totally trained. Every puppy is different!

Until she IS totally trained, she should never, EVER be out of your sigt. If she can get into another room to pee, you are not supervising or confining her closely enough.

I know how UTI's can set things back... Oanda had two, and it REALLY set back her traing. Now, at 13 months, she has tge run of the house and is accident free, though I still mske sure she gets out regularly, and I WATCH to make sure she goes while she's out.

You need an enzyme cleaner to really get the urine smell out to the poin that they can't smell it any more. Nature's Miracle is OK... Anti Icky Poo is better, but only available on the internet.


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You need an enzyme cleaner to really get the urine smell out to the poin that they can't smell it any more. Nature's Miracle is OK... Anti Icky Poo is better, but only available on the internet.
Another vote for Anti Icky Poo. I've seen it in most stores here, aside from Petco and Petsmart, so it may be a regional thing.

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Thanks for the info. Just ordered cleaner online. All the leaves don't help our potty trips. She gets very distracted wanting to eat the leaves. I think they are upsetting her tummy. I'll be happy when they are gone
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Don't get discouraged... It took Truffles one year to be reliable. It really was my fault because I didn't stay on a routine like I did with Scout. Stanley Steamer became a very frequent friend. I used Bissell Positively Clean stain & odor eliminator from Pet Express. I still always keep a bottle for spills of anything because it does clean well.

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