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Smegma Carpet Stains, Please Help!

Hello. I have an intact 5-yr old male who sprays his smegma all along the walls of our house, dripping onto the carpets, and along the sides of our furniture. I've been searching to find something that will remove the bright neon yellow stains from our carpets and furniture, but every solution I find seems to solve pet urine stain issues, not visible markings from smegma.

Does anyone have any suggestions? We've only been in our new house 30-days now and the carpets look light I've taken bright neon yellow markers and colored all over the carpets.
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Did you try hydrogen peroxide- depending on the color of your carpet. You might make him wear a belly band in the house.
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I'd definitely get belly bands for him - he should not be doing that! Have you had him checked by the vet for UTI's or prostrate infections?? I'd be treating him like an 8 week old puppy and redoing house training. He would go nowhere in the house without a leash on! My 12 year old male was intact until almost 8 years of age - I only had him neutered because he started getting prostrate infections. He never once raised his leg in the house in all the years he was intact. I've had him since the day he was born (first born in my first litter). He now wears a belly band because of age related incontinence.
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In my (admittedly limited, with only one intact dog) experience, smegma that's spraying everywhere is a sign of something that may need to be checked by a vet. My boy was doing that when he had a chicken allergy/sensitivity that I was unaware of. Overproduced mucous on all levels- eye goobers, boogers, smegma, you name it! Switched off the chicken and it magically stopped. We'd done everything from treating for a UTI, flushing it out with a catheter, even looking with a scope. It was the chicken. Would have saved me a few thousand to have just tried that! I eventually considered it might be an allergy when he started balding on his rear. Before that, it was just lots of bright yellow goop flying everywhere. Gross.
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One of the things that will remove smegma stains on painted walls almost all intact males have some amount of smegma discharge but there is probably something else going one with the amount you are seeing. Oooops--never did tell you what would remove it from walls--even soap and water will if it's fresh--I learned to check the hall every morning and every afternoon and clean it them. But windex will remove most even dried smegma staining. Not sure how much help it is on carpeting though.

You can thank a professional handler who told me about the Windex trick back in 1960.

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My male has schmegma but I've never noticed it in the carpet. I've seen it on hardwood and furniture like that.
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Yeah... McCoy's crate is right next to a white wall. When ever he wakes up, he shakes like he's shaking off water. Over a few months, I notice his smegma "leavings" on the wall. I use a cleaner w/bleach to clean it off being careful to protect the carpet below.

For carpet I use Foley brand Instant Spot Remover for carpets and upholstery.

He also leaks on his Pendleton wool beds. When I occasionally vacuum them, I simply take a wet sponge to the bed. The "stains" are not really stains, just drops of seminal discharge, which is water soluble.

BTW, McCoy is intact also.

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I've been alternating between extreme laughter and horror while reading this thread.

Sugar is my first male and we have yet to experience this. Is mama's boy really going to fling smegma all over the house

I guess we shall see!
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I've been alternating between extreme laughter and horror while reading this thread.

Sugar is my first male and we have yet to experience this. Is mama's boy really going to fling smegma all over the house

I guess we shall see!
I'm with you lol. Ace is over here snoozing as I give him the stink eye. Never knew this was a thing! Thankfully we havent had to deal with it... yet..
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