What does everyone use to clean up the little accidents that their puppies leave on the floor? We have a 9 week old boy that isn't house trained yet. When he pottys on the floor, we wipe it up with paper towels, but he continues to dribble after he is done. He leaves little drops all over the floor. What is the best way to clean the floor quickly without having to get a mop out? At this point we are mopping the floor every other day. I was thinking about getting a swiffer, but I don't know if that is safe. I remember getting an email a while back saying that it wasn't safe for dogs. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks!
I *think* the Swiffer thing was an internet hoax.
To answer your question we just left a roll of paper towel out along with a spray bottle of Nature's Miracle. Every time the puppy had an accident we just sprayed and wiped.
Murphy, Riley, and Piper
I use my swiffer or paper towels with a spray bottle too.
Nature's Miracle for accidents. I have hardwood floors, so I also wash them once a week with hot water and white vinegar.
You should have your puppy checked by a Vet for a urinary tract infection. My puppy's have never dribbled continually after urinating. Maybe one or two drops but not a trail of dribbles.
Thanks for the info. I am going to get a swiffer at lunch. Cooper is going to the vet this weekend so I will ask him about the urinary tract infection possibility.
Vinegar neutralizes urine. nature's miracle is good too.
I used Nature's Miracle and will have to get some when I get my new little one! But for cleaning the kitchen floor, I use the swiffer wet jet. The internet thing was a hoax. For the occasional stain on the carpet, I have bissell caprte cleaner and their solution works really well.
For bare floors I use Simple Solution. For carpet I use hydrogen peroxide--but then I have light colored carpets.
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Your pup doesn't need a vet. I know what you mean by dribbling and it's normal!