Dogs are not fond of the sharp smell of citrus, and an easy homemade solution to chewing could be sitting in your fruit bowl. A simple squirt of lemon, orange or lime juice can go a long way toward keeping your dog away from items you don't want chewed. You can make a citrus spray by steeping 2 cups of citrus peels in 4 cups of boiled water until cool. Spray this anywhere chewing is a problem.
What to Spray on Carpet to Keep Dogs From Peeing.
There are some dog repellant sprays and granules out there. I don't know how well they work. I do know that spraying with a diluted solution of Pine-Sol will keep dogs from going in the same place. I've used it to train puppies and to keep my dogs from peeing on car tires in the garage. Maybe you could place soaked cotton balls around the shrubs along with a stern 'No!' when they start to go in that direction will encourage them to use a different part of the yard.
What to Spray on Carpet to Keep Dogs From Peeing
My dogs are peeing on our patio directly outside our door to the house. There used to be a doormat there, and that is what they were going on. We've moved it, but they are still going on the concrete. We have plenty of grass near by, and we tried one of those "Pee Posts" to guide them where we want them, but nothing is working. I would love to just spray something to keep them from going there, but they would still have to walk over it to get to the yard, so it can't be too toxic!!!
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