The acetic acid in it has a smell dogs don’t like, which can work as a deterrent.
Carpet Gurus suggests mixing equal parts white vinegar and water in a spray bottle, giving the solution a good shake and then spraying it onto the area of carpeting where your dog tends to pee.
What can I use to stop my dog from peeing in the house?
Here’s What To Do To Stop Your Dog From Peeing in the House
- Take your dog out to your chosen pee spot OFTEN on a leash.
- During potty re-training – do not leave your dog out and about in the house unattended.
- Make a big flippin deal with treats, petting praise or both when your dog goes in the right place.
What scents deter dogs from peeing?
Here’s a list of smells that dogs hate:
- Chili Pepper. The burning sensation of chili pepper can scare your dog to back off or dart away.
- Citrus. We all love the scent of citrus since it gives us a feeling of freshness and cleanliness.
- Cosmetic and Personal Care Products.
What can I spray so my dog won’t pee?
Mix a solution of vinegar and lemon juice and spray it on the deck, or soak cotton balls with the mixture and place them in strategic spots around the deck. The strong scent will repel the dog and will also mask any old urine odor that draws it to the deck.
How do you stop a dog from peeing in the same spot in the house?
If your dog is urinating in the same spot regularly, he’s going to continue the behavior until the smell of urine is eliminated. The key to stopping the behavior is cleanliness, revamping the restricted pee area and altering the dog’s natural animal instincts. Neuter or spay your dog.