How to Protect Carpet from Cat & Dog Nails, Hair, Urine Stains & Odors in Berkeley Lane, GA

If you are like many other families you have a pet that is part of the family. A majority of people have a dog or cat but there are lots of other options that include fish and even more exotic birds and bunnies. You want to make sure that when you bring in a new dog or cat that you are prepared to step up your cleaning game. They are cute when you first bring them in but they will increase the amount of chores that you will need to do. One area of the house that will suffer when you bring in a new dog or cat is the carpeting. The carpets are walked on by all and your pet will add to the mess that you will likely find as well. You want to make sure that you have a plan to protect your carpets from your new dog or cat. DM Carpet Cleaning outlines what you can do to protect your carpet from pet dogs and cats.

Trim a Cat’s or Dogs Claws to Prevent Carpet Damage

One of the things that can end up causing damage to your carpets is from the nails of your dogs and cats. When they are young the nails are short and don’t seem to be a problem. As they start to get older the nails will grow and if they do not get enough exercise on hard surfaces such as concrete they can become overgrown. The longer the nails the more likely they are to stick to the carpet fibers and pull on them. The fibers are created by making loops and that means when the nail gets stuck it can pull the loop free of cause some fraying. You want to make sure that you keep your pets nails trimmed on a regular basis.

Dogs & Cats Having Accidents on Carpet

One of the things that will bring right back to reality when you have a new dog or cat is when they have their first accident. It always seems to happen on the carpet and this means you need to be ready. Pet stains can be one of the hardest things to clean off your carpet because it is a stain as well as the odor. You want to make sure that you have a plan to not only treat the stain as soon as possible but also to work on neutralizing the odor that often lingers. It is also a good idea to train everyone in the house on how to prepare the cleaning solution that you want to use and how to clean without causing any further damage.

How to Get Dog & Cat Hair Out of Carpet

You also should have a plan on how to keep up with the shedding that your pet will go through. They tend to shed more when the seasons change but will also have some throughout the year as well. You want to have a good working vacuum that you keep clean. It is best to use the vacuum on a regular basis even as often as daily. This will keep the shedding under control in between your professional carpet cleaning visits.

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DM Carpet Cleaning can come out to your house and clean up your floors after your pets. Call us today!