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My 13-year-old lhasa is on Lasix for congestive heart failure; she also has a collapsed trachea. She tries to let me know when she has to go out, but it is getting more difficult for her to bark to wake me up.
I know she has urinated in the house b/c she starts to cough and puts her head down. For the 8 years I have her, she has had an accident on only a few occasions and that was b/c I came home late from work.
The vet told me she has two to six months, according to her last X-ray. And, I want her with me as long as possible, so crating is out of the question b/c she gets agitated. I have tried using wee-wee pads but she misses and hits the carpeting. Wee-wee pads are expensive. I have purchased almost every pet odor remover on the market, including Nature's Miracle and Arm & Hammer Pet Fresh, which do not work. I also applied baking soda directy to the carpeting. The last odor remover I purchased was $9.99 and that does't seem to be working either. She goes to the same spot in my dining room, so the urine must have soaked the padding..
Does anyone know of home-made concoction that I can use? I don't have a steamer; I wouldn't be able to push one. I can sit on my butt to scrub the carpeting, but with what?