Pets are lovable, adorable, funny and—unfortunately—smelly! Have you noticed pet odor in your carpeting or on your furniture? It’s one of the hidden “benefits” of owning a pet that you may not have known about. Read on about how pet odor can be affecting your health.
For many people, pet dander doesn’t have a major effect on their respiratory health, but for those who are allergic or sensitive to pet dander, it can wreak havoc on their ability to breathe. Pet dander doesn’t normally have much of an odor, but if built up and left to sit, it will give off a scent.
Dogs and outdoor cats may wind up in mud, dirt, leaves, or other outdoor debris and bring it into the house. To say the least, it does not smell pleasant. But you also don’t know exactly what they are bringing into the house, and it may be harmful.
Another unpleasant thing your dog may bring into the home is garbage. Pets have been known to bring in trash and hide it in a room. Depending on its toxicity, garbage can cause health problems if not found and disposed of.
4. Skunk odor
If your dog or cat has ever been sprayed by a skunk, you know that it is a very unpleasant odor. Skunk odor itself cannot harm you, but if allowed to get into your furniture and carpeting, it may cause you stress trying to get the smell out.
All animals have accidents. Urine left to sit in carpeting, on an area rug, or on furniture can cause toxic fumes.
We love our pets, but they can be smelly at times. Cornerstone Chem-Dry can be your dog’s—or cat’s—best friend. We’ve been performing residential carpet cleaning in the Dallas area for more than 18 years. Our natural carpet cleaning technique is safe for kids and pets.
We also provide pet urine odor removal and cleaning services because we know that accidents can happen. Visit the Cornerstone Chem-Dry website to learn about our free in-home estimate so we can help you determine which treatments are best for your flooring needs.