How to clean up from dog food?

Lisa Maust
by Lisa Maust
How to clean up from Sweet potato apple dog treats & homemade peanut butter & banana dog treats ingredients.

  4 answers
  • Molly Anmar Molly Anmar on Dec 20, 2017
    What surfaces are you talking about cleaning?

  • 2dogal 2dogal on Dec 20, 2017
    I make my own dog treats also. I clean the pots, utensils and counters the same way I clean when I cook dinner. Making dog treats should be no different than baking cookies. If food is dried on, let it soak in hot water a while. I spray my kitchen counters with a bleach/water solution after, then wipe them down with a dry cloth.

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Dec 20, 2017
    Are you talking about the surface under which the dog is eating a treat?

    What we have done, is using washable microfiber fiber throw blanket under the dog. We give our dog a Kong with filled plain yogurt- frozen overnite--every evening. It’s a special treat he’s trained, responsible for eating it “on the blanket” that’s protecting our carpeting.

    Certainly other treats like -bananas, cooked sweet potatoes and peanut butter may be placed in the Kong as well. Again the blanket can be washed as needed and protects your carpets from stain and odor.

  • Ed_32018529 Ed_32018529 on Dec 20, 2017
    Go to Bed Bath and Beyond and buy Whip-it. This is a natural cleaner and you can safely drink it. Spray on spots and dab off with paper bowling or terry cloth. This works great.