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When a pet gets older, then, just like a human being, it can suffer from health problems.
One of the most common ailments shared by older pets and their older owners is incontinence.
Although I don’t have that particular condition, my boy, Max, has been showing a few signs of it lately.
Or, to be more accurate, “leaving” a few signs of it.
Each time he’s left a little wet spot on the floor, I’ve soaked it up with paper towels and then sprayed the area with Out! Stain and Odor Remover. It’s a “natural pro-bacteria and enzyme solution” that gets rid of the odor, plus it “removes pheromones that cause pets to revisit and resoil spots.”
And I can testify that it works really well.
Unfortunately, a few weeks ago, it seemed to stop working — Max started to relieve himself indoors a lot — and he started returning to one same area over and over.
But tonight, I discovered that Max is fine, and I’ve actually been causing the problem myself.
While looking for a plastic spray bottle that I could use for a different purpose, I happened to re-read what it said on my newest spray bottle of “Out! Stain and Odor Remover.”
Imagine my surprise when I read, “Out! Housetraining Aid For Puppies. Helps shorten housetraining time – encourages pets to eliminate in specific areas.”
My wife and I were practically rolling on the floor with laughter.
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