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6 Summer Pet Stains Found In Our House

6 Summer Pet Stains Found In Our House

**This post is sponsored by Spot Shot® Pet Instant Carpet Stain & Odor Eliminator but My Brown Newfies only shares products and information that we think is of interest to our readers.

Welcome to summer! The season of sun, fun and carpet stains!

If you’re a pet owner I’m sure that you’ve already come to the realization that there is no season that comes without pet stains and that each season comes with its typical stains.

Summer is no exception and no one that I know wants to be stuck in the house scrubbing pet stains out of their carpet this time of the year. That’s why we always like to have a few cans of  Spot Shot® Pet Instant Carpet Stain & Odor Eliminator and Spot Shot® Instant Carpet Stain Remover on hand to tackle some of the most common pet stains that happen around our house in the summer.

Our 6 Top Summer Pet Stains

Grass Stains. Around here fresh-cut grass is a main course on grass cutting day. Even though I try to pick up big grass clumps left behind by the mower the boys still find some. They chew on it, take a drink of water, grass goes into the water bowl and onto their chest, they come into the house dropping wet grass clippings and proceed to step on it and rub it into the carpet with their bear paws.

6 Summer Pet Stains Found In Our House

Blood, or as I like to call it, hot spot juice. If you have a dog that likes to swim you’re probably well aware of this stain. It’s oozzy and goozzy and for some reasons dogs like to only chew on their hot spots when they’re laying on carpet.

Watermelon Stains. Watermelon is cool treat that many pet owners give their dogs in the summer. The problem with watermelon is that a good piece is nice and juicy and dogs don’t care if the watermelon juice is spilling from their jowls onto your carpet.

6 Summer Pet Stains Found In Our House

Urine Stains. With thunderstorms and fireworks, summer can be a scary time for pets who have anxiety with loud noises. Sometimes those loud booms can scare pets into soiling in the house.

Mud Stains. Thunderstorms happen in the summer and with heavy bursts of rain comes mud. It never fails, when it’s time to feed Sherman and Leroy, there’s a rain cloud looming over our house.

Wine Stains. This technically isn’t a “pet” stain but in our house it’s often caused by a big fluffy pet tail knocking a wine glass off the coffee table and onto the floor. Every. Friday. Night.

6 Summer Pet Stains Found In Our House

What are some of the common pet stains that can be found in your home in the summer?

Spot Shot instantly eliminates the toughest pet stains – and their equally tough odors. Specially formulated to get out the worst stains – including cat urine, dog feces and muddy paw prints all while being super safe on your carpet.  Spot Shot® Pet Instant Carpet Stain & Odor Eliminator is non-toxic and was created specifically for pet problems, and is safe to use around your pets when used as directed of course.

The stain-eliminating power of Spot Shot is available in both aerosol can and trigger spray bottle forms. Look for Spot Shot in the household cleaning section of your favorite supermarket, drugstore or club store and don’t forget to grab your coupon!

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Tails Around the Ranch

Saturday 14th of July 2018

Sounds like a pawfect product. Does it come in the large economy size...with an upright to actually do the cleaning? ? That's the one thing I seem to be lacking on these hot summer days.

My Golden Life

Saturday 14th of July 2018

Sounds like a great product, but I still prefer a mix of white, distilled vinegar and water. Of course, my girls are "perfect angels" ? and don't stain the carpets, ever. (And if you believe that, I have a bridge in Brooklyn that I could sell you.) The one stain I'd love to get rid of is from Callie's chemo days, and nothing I've tried so far has worked. One of these days, when we win the lottery, maybe we'll buy new carpeting.

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