Accidents happen: DIY pet stain and odor remover

Accidents Happen: DIY Pet Stain and Odor Remover

Even good boys and girls make mistakes! When your four-legged friend misses the piddle-pad or the litter box, it’s no fun for anyone. Don’t dismay! With this Young Living Essential Oils, DIY pet stain remover, you and your furry pals will be cuddling odor-free in no time.

Pet Stain and Odor Remover Recipe

Ingredients:

Instructions:

If your doggo buddy very recently left a puddle on the living room carpet, use these instructions for removing fresh stains:

  1. Add the essential oils to the salt and mix well.
  2. In a spray bottle, combine the salt mixture, apple cider vinegar, and water. Mix thoroughly until salt has dissolved.
  3. Blot the “accident” to remove excess moisture.
  4. Shake the bottle, then spray the stained area generously until wet.
  5. Let sit for 10–15 minutes.
  6. Using an old towel or rag, soak up the mixture by blotting until moisture is removed. Do not apply heat to aid in the drying process, as it can cause unwanted odors and stains to set permanently.

When you find an older, smellier, set-in stain, use the instructions above to make the DIY pet odor eliminator and then: ...Read More

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Animal communicators really can talk to your pet!

Mittens kitten

I can’t tell you how many times in the past year I’ve looked at my son’s new kitten, Mittens and wondered aloud, “What is she trying to tell me with all that meowing?!” I know I’m not alone in that regard. Believe it or not, our pets understand us perfectly well; we’re the ones that don’t understand their communication in return. However, there are people that do and they’re called animal communicators.

Although the book series of Dr. Doolittle being able to “talk to the animals” was fictional, animal communicator’s skills are very real. They have honed their senses to perceive the thoughts and energies of animals and are able to translate those energies into words for us to understand.  I’ve had great success in using animal communicators for a variety of reasons and a variety of animals ranging from horses, dogs, cats, and even gerbils!  Whether you’re trying to find a lost pet, understand feeding or training issues, health issues or to create closure as a beloved pet is dying or has passed, animal communicators can help bridge the gap between species. ...Read More

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