Pet Products

You get stuck in traffic and your dog can’t hold his bladder. Old kitty misses the cat box—again.  Puppy’s sensitive stomach reacts badly to the new kibble. Pets are wonderful, but pet stains aren’t. And where can most pet stains be found? On the carpet, of course.

Don’t worry. Fresh carpet stains are pretty easy to clean.

What you’ll need: paper towels, a damp sponge, an enzyme-based stain remover

1. Soak up as much of the urine, vomit or other nasty wet liquid as you can with paper towels, newspaper or a sponge. The fresher it is and the more you soak up, the easier it will be to remove the stain and odor.

2. Spray pet stain remover on the soiled area. Different products come with specific directions, but generally you should let the product sit on the stain for a few minutes.

3. Scrub or blot the stain with a damp paper towel or sponge. The idea is to get the stain to work it’s way out. You might have to repeat this step until you’re satisfied.

4. Dry and vacuum (optional) the soiled area.  When stains happen, the best thing to do is treat the area quickly, but let’s be real. You can’t always do that. So what’s the best way to clean a dry stain? Most pet stain removers can do the job, but you might try blotting the soiled area with a damp sponge first.

The some of the best products to use:

Resolve Pet Stain and Odor Carpet Remover | $3.98 at Walmart

Kids n’ Pets Instant All-Purpose Stain and Odor Remover | $4.98 at Walmart

Woolite Oxy Deep Carpet Stain and Odor Remover | $5.99 at Walgreens

Nature’s Miracle Advanced Stain and Odor Remover | $7.00 at PetSmart

By Deanna  Morono

Unless you can train your cat to use a toilet, Kitty needs a place to poop. It’s one of the joys of owning a pink-tongued, playful, pouncing fuzz ball: The cat box.

Don’t you hate it when you walk into your home and wham!—you’re greeted with the stench of urine? No matter where you hide Kitty’s litter box, the stink finds a way to permeate the house. It wafts down the hall from the laundry room. Up from the basement. Downstairs from the corner bedroom. Continue reading

Is your dog like every dog out there and looks forward to treat time every day? Does your dog sit with anticipation as you head for the treat bowl only to stare at you with the “mom I can’t believe I am only getting one, but I did sit and stay!” Like your furry friend, my dog does just that.  I give my furry friend high quality all natural treats; not only does she go crazy over the bag I have a peace of mind knowing I am providing her with the best quality treats I can. I bet you are thinking “what type of treats does she buy” and the answer is Charlee Bears! That’s right, they are made with your pet’s health in mind. Charlee Bears are made with all natural ingredients and baked for just the right crispy texture your dog will love. Charlee Bears have only 3 calories per treat so you can rest knowing your pet will not gain excess weight with the proper amount. The average store bought dog treat has a range of 30-120 calories per treat and are highly processed making them an all-around unhealthy choice for your furry friend. Your pet will love you even more when 10 treats are passed out instead of one.

Grab a handful before you head out for that evening walk or car ride your pet loves so much. You can put them in your pocket or small zip lock bag, just remember wherever you put them your dog’s nose is sure to follow. Next time you need to buy treats put the leash on your fury friend and stop by so they can pick out their bag of Charlee Bears!

By: Arianne Ortiz

Fluffs of Luv Pet Sitting offers an array of customized pet care services, including pet supplies, grooming, in home pet sitting, dog walking, cat only pet sitting, overnight visits and more. Stop by today and pick up your pet supplies!

Flufs of Luv Pet Supplies

315 Main Street Suite 1

Pineville, NC 28134


You are what you eat…does this hold true for pets too?

With commercially grown wheat, corn, and soy, there is an abundance of food products that have these ingredients as the main source of fillers. While wheat, corn, and soy are not entirely “bad” they seem to be the go all when mass producing food. So how does this impact your pet? Most of the common pet foods you see lining the shelves of your local pet stores or grocery stores have fillers. These fillers are in abundance and are generally by-products of soy, wheat and corn. This provides carb intake however it is with little nutritional value. Where does your pet get proper balance in nutritional value? This comes from replacing “bad” carbs with complex carbs found in sweet potatoes, peas, barley, rice, and potatoes; that’s just a few! Foods that are not highly processed enable your pet to have the healthiest possible choice in a dry food diet. Just like you, your pet requires a well-balanced, minimally processed, high quality food to obtain the best possible nutritional value. Pets who are provided such diets tend to maintain healthier weights, skin and coats. A perk for pet parents, less mess to clean up in the yard because your pet is utilizing the food rather than expelling most of it. That’s right, food high in by-product fillers are not nutrient dense therefore your pet expels it frequently.  If the body can’t use it to fuel itself then it must go somewhere. Many of these foods are high in caloric intake contributing to obesity in pets. When a pet becomes obese it impacts their overall health and well-being. It can increase the risk of joint pain, trouble breathing, poor hygiene, heart disease, diabetes, and forms of cancer. Help your pet stay healthy with a grain-free diet.

Stop by Fluffs of Luv store today and pick up your bag of grain-free food

By Arianne Ortiz

 Fluffs of Luv Pet Store

315 Main Street, Suite 1

Pineville, NC 28134



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