How To Prevent Cat Urine Odor Damage in Rental Property

Written by Nancy E. Wigal

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Ifrepparttar landlord doesn't offer to do cleaning, see if you can negotiate a reduction inrepparttar 145115 rent deposit by offering to dorepparttar 145116 proper cleaning job yourself prior to moving in. This is a win-win situation, and many landlords may take you up on this. This way, you're ensured of having a clean residence that is cat urine odor-free. And, your kitty will continue her good cat litter box habits!

If you can't gain access torepparttar 145117 apartment before moving in to dorepparttar 145118 cleaning, it's not too late to clean once your possessions are in. If you have an understanding friend or family members, ask them if they would board your kitty for a day or two until you can eradicaterepparttar 145119 cat urine odor yourself. If necessary, board your kitty at your local vet's office.

Then, grab your enzyme cleaner, a blacklight (to locaterepparttar 145120 cat urine spots), rags, and towels, and get to work.

Find allrepparttar 145121 spots and clean them thoroughly with your favorite enzyme cleaner. Repeat as necessary.

Welcome your kitty to her new home by setting up her food, water, clean cat litter box, and toys in a room of her own. Let her get accustomed to being inrepparttar 145122 new place by transitioning her from one residence torepparttar 145123 next.

Supervise her movements throughoutrepparttar 145124 new apartment, and make sure she knows exactly where her cat litter box is located.

By accomplishing this, you are breaking a destructive cycle of pet soiling in rental property. Your cat continues to use her cat litter box because she doesn't detect another cat's urine, andrepparttar 145125 property manager has just been handed a gift from you that will save her money from cat urine damage.

The Cat Urine Odor Advisor helps you save money and stop the damage in your household by offering solutions that work together to eliminate cat urine odor from your home.

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Tips to Help Solve the Three Most Common Dog Barking Complaints

Written by Cynthia Alexander

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Complaint # Three: Your dog constantly barks, whines or whimpers due to stress or anxiety or for any reason at all.

Solution: This can be a tough one for most people but, DO NOT give your dog attention when it’s behaving like this. Too many people unwittingly contribute to this particular problem by picking up their dog or going to him when he starts to bark or whine. Your dog is learning that in order to get attention from you, barking and whining isrepparttar way to do it. He’s controlling you. And by you picking him up or giving in to him in some way, you’re reinforcing that. Remember, YOU arerepparttar 145044 boss, not your dog. The way to break your dog of that habit is to ignorerepparttar 145045 unwanted behavior and only praise your dog when it is not barking. Then he’ll getrepparttar 145046 message that he only gets what he wants (attention or affection) when he gives you what you want (a calm quiet dog).

No dog owner should sufferrepparttar 145047 guilt, pain or embarrassment of having a dog that barks constantly. Finally, dog owners can safely leave Fido alone knowing he’s happy and quiet. And no more worrying about dirty looks fromrepparttar 145048 neighbors. All it takes is knowingrepparttar 145049 proper way to deal withrepparttar 145050 behavior.

Aboutrepparttar 145051 Author: Cynthia Alexander is a former dog trainer and author ofrepparttar 145052 electronic book “The Ultimate Guide to Stop Your Dog from Barking…FAST.” Ms. Alexander gives many detailed answers to all kinds of nuisance barking problems, including separation anxiety. It is available via immediate download for $29.97 at A must have for anyone dealing with excessive barking.

Cynthia Alexander is an author of several books. She started training dogs over 20 years ago. She wrote this book as a response to complaints from her neighbors about barking dogs.

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