Of Puppies and Peppers! - Prevent your rugs from the sharp teeth!

If you have a dog craving a firm chew in a house with antique oriental rugs, you might wonder how to protect them from the sharp teeth. There is an amazing solution that our professionals from Oriental Rug & Carpet Clinic are willing to share.
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Feb. 12, 2013 - PRLog -- Oh how the lively spirited admire a rooms adornment with a fine-looking oriental rug (http://www.RugAndCarpetClinic.com). It brings life, a unique flavor of chic, and the pleasing attention of friends and company. But they aren’t the only ones interested in the fine fabrics, dogs and especially smaller puppies seem to be just as engrossed as the experienced art collector. We’ve encountered dozens of customers just in the Denver (http://rugandcarpetclinic.com/contact-us/) area, with ripped and damaged hand woven rugs, resulting from “puppy chew”.  It’s a phenomena (we’ve even named it), and we have just the answer to preventing it too. Let the Oriental rug and carpet clinic (http://rugandcarpetclinic.com) introduce to you, another ancient product of the orient – black pepper.

If you have a small teething puppy, or any other dog craving a firm chew around the house, go ahead and ever-so-lightly, sprinkle black pepper across the surface of your Persian rug (http://rugandcarpetclinic.com).  Yes, we know it doesn’t sound very orthodox, but it is an ancient practice confirmed by several thousands of years of its application – and dozens of years of our Denver rug cleaning (http://rugandcarpetclinic.com) expert recommendations. It really works quite well, and will prevent damage from smaller animals and even some insects. There is no need to worry about pepper damage to the rug either, it is a non-reacting natural herb and we know now that it has a relatively neutral pH reading.    

Mind you of course, that we are rug restoration specialist and not veterinarians. So do consult your veterinarian if you chose this method for your rugs health.

To learn more tips about rugs and carpets, visit www.RugAndCarpetClinic.com.
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