To remove dog urine from carpet, first soak up the wet stain. Next, pour a vinegar and water solution onto the stain, scrub and dry the area with a paper towel. After it dries, sprinkle a few handfuls of baking soda and apply a hydrogen peroxide and dishwashing detergent solution.
- Soak up wet dog urine stains
If the dog urine stain is still wet, soak it up using paper towels or a cotton cloth.
- Apply a vinegar and water solution to the stain
Mix a solution of 50-percent white vinegar and 50-percent water, and pour it on the urine stain. Do not pour too much or you will make the carpet soggy. Use a scrubbing brush to work the solution deep into the carpet. The vinegar neutralizes the ammonia in the dog urine. Blot the stain using paper towels. Apply into it as much pressure as you can.
- Sprinkle baking soda on the stain
After the area dries, sprinkle one or two handfuls of baking soda over the stain.
- Mix together a hydrogen peroxide and dishwashing detergent solution
Mix one-half cup of 3-percent hydrogen peroxide with 1 teaspoon of dishwashing detergent. Apply the hydrogen peroxide and dishwashing detergent solution to the stained area, vigorously scrubbing with a scrubbing brush.