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NOse Offense for Pet Odor Review

Rachel Phelps
Written by Rachel Phelps

I don’t know what is up with Elvis, but he has an odor that is … well … just doggie. Mom washes him and two weeks later it is back! The vet has checked him out and he is healthy and gets good food. The rents have started joking that his distinct smell is “Elvis Cologne”. We wonder if all puppy mill dogs keep a smell for years like Elvis. When you live with Elvis you just get use to his smell BOL. However, when NOse Offense sent me a sample to try out, I was like YES! Even if Elvis keeps making the smell, we can at least get it out of the air and fabric.
NOse Offense for pets is an odor neutralizer and eliminator. It uses odor conjugation to neutralize and eliminate all pet odors found in the air and on fabrics such as curtains, carpets, clothing, blankets, and in Elvis’s case HIS BED! NOse Offense For PETS is NOT a masking agent; it doesn’t try to hide the odors by disguising them or replacing them with another scent. It gets rid of the smell. The bottle even says you can use it on litter boxes! Mom was all excited about this because with three cats, sometimes you can really smell that box!
So you are probably wondering what is in it? Well, NOse Offense for PETS is non-toxic, organic, biodegradable, and manufactured to be 100% free of enzymes, alcohol, phenol & phenol derivatives, phosphates and phthalates. The active ingredients in NOse Offense For PETS are proprietaryzinc salt, emulsifiers, preservatives, and proprietary odor counteractants. The website also says NOse Offense can be sprayed on a cloth and used to wipe down you pet. Hey Elvis, come here! Can we pet you with this nice damp cloth?? Hehehehe.
So we took it through the Phelps house test and we were very surprised. First, the liquid is clear and has no smell to it at all. Next, mom went crazy and was spraying the litter box, where we like to lay on the couch, around the crates, by the toy box, and just everywhere! By the time we made it around the house and circled back to where we started, we couldn’t smell the cats, Elvis, or even me! Mom was impressed!

So overall, Mom gives it two human paws up and I agree as much as a dog can. Personally, I love the more smelly things, but as a pet I know you humans don’t like that. Plus, we want to stay in the house, so we do what we must to be great pets!


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Disclosure –The product was provided to my rents and I free of charge by NOse Offense. However, opinions expressed here are my own.

About the author

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps, “America’s Pet Parent,” is an award-winning writer, photographer, and certified dog trainer. She keeps busy managing the career of her Internet celebrity dog Preston from Preston Speaks. Her three Westies — who think they are mini-humans — and three cats rule the house. To learn more about Rachel go to: Rachel Phelps Website


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