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Old 11-17-2013, 01:23 PM  
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I know this is an old post, but it is almost too funny to be for real. I think the b/f's parents are brilliant.
Maybe they have a conspiracy so they can get their house back?
BTW - with a screen name of "yellowkat" I wonder what "the rest of the story" is.

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Old 11-17-2013, 03:00 PM  
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With a name like that I had to look it up.

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I could probably do a testimonial for the Antiickypoo. I have done animal shelter work, as well as vet tech work. I was recommended this product when I had a doberman with a brain tumor ( unknown at the time) who urinated and defecated all over my home. Its AMAZING you can even inject it into carpets and couches to remove the smell. I had a friend who had boots that had been peed on by an intact male cat sever years earlier. he ended up keeping them in a sealed bag in his closet for a few years. One treatment of the product and the smell was gone. On the bottle it even says you can use it to remove the smell of decomposing bodies..... im assuming its been used in crime scene clean ups and not by some crazy person who wrote in " hey your product is great for keeping dead bodies in my closet"
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Old 05-26-2014, 06:03 AM  
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Best pet odor removal products for dog is very effect for removing urine smell. IT is safer and easy to use rather than vacuum cleaner. read more at
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Probably the enzyme cleaners are best , especially for large areas. You can also use a 50/50 mix of baking soda and peroxide for small spots. Also works to de-skunkify a pet.
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I use PEE-B-GONE! I have four little dogs and sometimes miss the potty pad. It gets in the grout. My house doesn't smell.
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Old 07-18-2014, 08:23 PM  
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I'll have to take a look at the anti-ickypoo. My mother's dog recently peed right in the threshold of my room (and its carpet).
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So, did any of that work?

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