Odor Removal: Drs. Foster & Smith Deodorizing Spray
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Drs. Foster & Smith Deodorizing Spray

Drs. Foster & Smith Deodorizing Spray
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Eliminate, don't just cover up odors - with deodorizing spray
Leave-on spray can be used on pet after and between baths
Versatile spray can also be used to freshen pet areas

You don't have to live with pet odors. Our Deodorizing Spray is the ultimate time-saver in pet odor control. Effective spray employs the time-tested odor eliminating power of baking soda. Neutralize odors easily with just a few sprays. Apply to a damp or dry coat to swiftly have your pet smell good again. And this spray can be used in pet areas too. Long-lasting mint scent refreshes carpeting, furniture, litter boxes, pet bedding and other pet areas. Earth-friendly, aerosol-free pump. Deodorizing Spray is a cruelty free product. 8 fl oz. For dogs.

Please click on "More Information" for directions for use, cautions, and ingredients.

More Info

Shake well before use.

On Pets: May be used on a dry or slightly damp hair coat to deodorize and freshen the coat. Spray coat lightly, avoiding eyes. Leave on. Do not rinse. Work well into coat. Groom as usual. For stubborn odors, shampoo first. Repeat if necessary.

On Pet Areas: Thoroughly spray the source of the odor. For stubborn odors, clean the area first removing all odor-causing substances as thoroughly as possible. Then apply spray. Repeat if necessary. Before using, test for colorfastness on the surface to be treated by applying to a hidden area.

Ingredients: Water, Sodium Bicarbonate USP, Fragrance, Cetrimonium Chloride, Propylene Glycol, Methylparaben, Diazolidinyl Urea and Propylparaben.

General Information
Drs. Foster and Smith Deodorizing Spray will help remove odors from your pet between shampoos, leaving a fresh mint scent. Also for carpeting, furniture, litter boxes and pet bedding. For dogs, cats, ferrets and affected pet areas.


For topical use only. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact, flush eyes with clear water and seek medical attention if irritation persists. Keep out of reach of children and pets to prevent unwanted consumptions.

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