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    I have just gotten some new furniture, a loveseat and a chair. I have yet to take the plastic "bag" off of it. Reason being, occasionally (and I said occasionally) Parker has an accident and has tinkled on my furniture before. I am going to spray them with that "No" stuff, but does anyone have any idea of something I can put around the bottom to keep the wet off the furniture should that happen.

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    Do you mean he is marking on the furniture? That is a behavioral issue you need to train out of him - not an accident.

    And - you can get cans of Scotchgard to apply to furniture. Should make any liquids roll off.
    Sharon, Blaise and Diesel.

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    No he is not marking the furniture. As I said he only does this once in a while. I think it's when he has had too much to drink......water that is.

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    I would also suggest using Scotchguard. Works wonders for everything - I'm more so speaking from my husband and son; the dog is controlled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MandyGirl View Post
    I would also suggest using Scotchguard. Works wonders for everything - I'm more so speaking from my husband and son; the dog is controlled.
    BA HAHAHA!


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    i dont understand how he "accidentally" goes on the furniture. does he have a uti?

    take the clear plastic mats, made to be put on carpet, upside down, points facing up, on the couch. he's only gonna jump once.
    that's if you cant seem to train him not to go up in the first place.

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