10 Best Spray To Keep Dogs From Peeing On Carpet

Updated on: October 2020

Best Spray To Keep Dogs From Peeing On Carpet in 2020


Pet Organics (Nala) NaturVet DNB04016 No-Go Housebreaking Aid Dog Spray, 16-Ounce

Pet Organics (Nala) NaturVet DNB04016 No-Go Housebreaking Aid Dog Spray, 16-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Nature's Miracle No More Marking Stain & Odor Remover

Nature's Miracle No More Marking Stain & Odor Remover
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Helps prevent pets from revisiting and marking the same spot twice
  • Permanently eliminates stains and odors when used as directed
  • Guaranteed to work or your money back
  • Restricted in: New Mexico and Indiana

(3 Pack) Pet Organics (Nala) No-Go Housebreaking Aid Dog Spray, 16-Ounce Each

(3 Pack) Pet Organics (Nala) No-Go Housebreaking Aid Dog Spray, 16-Ounce Each
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • (3 Pack) Pet Organics (Nala) No-Go Housebreaking Aid Dog Spray, 16-Ounce Each
  • No-Go housebreaking aid dog spray
  • Pets will not re-urinate on carpet areas sprayed with No-Go
  • After cleaning the pet-soiled areas, No-Go is sprayed onto the spot
  • No-Go has a slight fresh fragrance

NaturVet – Pet Organics No Go Spray – 16 oz – Housebreaking Aid For Dogs & Cats – Removes Urine Scent From Surfaces to Eliminate Re-Urination

NaturVet – Pet Organics No Go Spray – 16 oz – Housebreaking Aid For Dogs & Cats – Removes Urine Scent From Surfaces to Eliminate Re-Urination
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Pet Organics No Go! Spray is formulated to help you housebreak your dog or cat.
  • Unlike a repellent, No Go! Spray will eliminate the urine scent so your pet will not re-urinate in that area.
  • Works great on indoor plants, rugs and carpet. No Go! contains no harsh chemicals.
  • Safe to use on almost all fabrics. However, before using the product, test on a small, inconspicuous surface area.
  • cGMP Compliant, Manufactured in the USA

Lambert Kay Boundary Indoor/Outdoor Dog Repellent Pump Spray, 22-Ounce

Lambert Kay Boundary Indoor/Outdoor Dog Repellent Pump Spray, 22-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Keeps dogs away from furniture trees flower beds shrubs garbage cans and bags and other forbidden areas indoors and outdoors
  • Repels dogs for up to 24 hours when applied daily
  • Use in combination with consistent training for desired results
  • Made In the USA
  • 22 ounce size

No - go Dog Puppy Housebreaking Training Aid Spray for Dog Puppy Potty Training. 472ml

No - go Dog Puppy Housebreaking Training Aid Spray for Dog Puppy Potty Training. 472ml
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • No-Go was developed after years of extensive research to aid in the task of housebreaking pets.
  • Stops pets from re-urinating where you spray.
  • Natural blend of herbal extracts -- no harsh chemicals.
  • Eliminates urine scent, good for indoor or outdoor use.
  • Special addition: We will send you a free sample of a BIOSYNOL TM quality product ( may be included in package or sent separately )

Quit It! DRP-PTS-1000 118ml Instant Pet Training Spray, 4-Ounce

Quit It! DRP-PTS-1000 118ml Instant Pet Training Spray, 4-Ounce
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Ideal solution to barking, whining, jumping and any bad behavior
  • Emits a hissing sound that stops pets in their tracks
  • Great for at-home use or on the go, walking, jogging and dog parks
  • Effective training tool while being completely painless for your pet
  • Made in the USA

Clean 'n' Tidy Don't Pee Here Spray 500ml

Clean 'n' Tidy Don't Pee Here Spray 500ml
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
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ANGRY ORANGE 24 oz Ready-to-Use Citrus Pet Odor Eliminator Pet Spray - Urine Remover and Carpet Deodorizer for Dogs and Cats

ANGRY ORANGE 24 oz Ready-to-Use Citrus Pet Odor Eliminator Pet Spray - Urine Remover and Carpet Deodorizer for Dogs and Cats
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • FIERCE & FRESH: All-natural & super-powerful Cat and Dog stain deodorizer
  • URINE ODOR REMOVER SOLUTION: Our formula smells like fresh oranges because it is MADE from oranges!
  • READY TO USE: No more mixing! Use this pet stain remover directly on dog pee, cat urine or solid waste
  • STRONG AND SAFE: This pet spray has 2X more odor fighting power. Safe to use around your pets and children
  • MULTIPURPOSE DEODORIZER: Works on carpet, tile, wood floors, driveways, litter boxes, grass, pens, and more

NaturVet – Pet Organics No Mark Spray For Cats – 16 oz – Deters Cats From Urine Marking & Eliminates Impulse to Remark – Safe for Use On Indoor Surfaces

NaturVet – Pet Organics No Mark Spray For Cats – 16 oz – Deters Cats From Urine Marking & Eliminates Impulse to Remark – Safe for Use On Indoor Surfaces
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Pet Organics No Mark! Spray For Cats is a behavior modification spray to safely end urine marking.
  • Simply mist-spray No Mark! on affected surfaces twice daily for one week, then once daily as needed.
  • Simulated pheromones in No Mark! have no foul odors and will not affect any surface that water does not harm.
  • Safe to use on almost all fabrics. However, before using the product, test on a small, inconspicuous surface area.
  • cGMP Compliant, Manufactured in the USA

Dogs of Babel by Carolyn Parkhurst: A Review and Reading Guide

If you're looking for characters who will come to life in front of your eyes, and a story that will wrench your emotions tight, a plot-line that will remain with you for many days after you've turned the last page ... get this book.

Now let me state that I love reading, but rarely find time to do it. Between a 6-yr-old child and plenty of work, I really would rather curl up and do something absolutely brain-numbing like watch a television show than open a book. Part of this is because I'm so incredibly picky about what I read. If I am not grabbed by the story within the first couple of chapters, the book will linger on my coffee table for a few weeks before finding its way to my night-stand and eventually will retire to my shelves unread. If I'm perfectly honest, I'd say that I totally believed this would be the fate of a funny-looking green book that I'd picked up from the dollar store.

I read the whole thing, all 288 pages of it, in one day. One sitting. Seriously, once I'd made it past the first page I knew that I was hooked.

The premise of the book is that the Paul, the main character, has just lost his wife, Lexy, to an accident. She fell out of an apple tree in their backyard, from a height that no one could imagine her climbing or for what purpose, and the only witness is their Rhodesian Ridgeback, Lorelei. Being a linguistics professor, Paul decides that he will find a way to teach Lorelei, the dog, to speak ... thus putting closure on the strange and traumatic death of his wife.

You might think from reading this that the book is quirky, or even amusing. It's not. It's raw, emotional, so honest in its grief and search for answers that we really don't want to know in the end anyways. Between Paul's disjointed efforts to teach Lorelei to speak, imparting some information that will make your skin crawl in the process, the reader is bound captive to a full treatment of his relationship with his late wife. Literally, you walk with him through the steps to solving the puzzles related to Lexy's death, you're right there with him through every discovery, rocking with his own heart ache.

The chapters in this book are almost formulaic, but they're fast-paced and filled with so much life and death and, often, despair that you can't help but feel connected to Paul.

Having said all this, I would not recommend this book to anyone who has experienced a loss recently. If the subject of suicide is troubling to you, for whatever reason, you might also stay away from this book. If you're looking for characters who will come to life in front of your eyes, and a story that will wrench your emotions tight, a plot-line that will remain with you for many days after you've turned the last page ... get this book.

Reading Guide

1. The main character, Paul, is a college professor and well-known for his logical thinking. Yet he's convinced he can teach his dog to speak. Has he been driven insane by his own grief, or can you find rational explanations for his actions?

2. What clues does Paul share with us that indicates there was something more to Lexy's death than it being an accident? How do you think these clues came to be in the first place?

3. Making death masks obviously affected Lexy, but how? Do you think that Paul's fears were justified?

4. When the parents of Jennifer, the girl who committed suicide, reject the death mask, Lexy keeps it. What significance does it take on for Lexy? What symbolisms has she placed in it?

5. Throughout the book, we are given insight to Lexy's dreams. What role do Paul's dreams play in the book?