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This stuff is amazing! You put it in your pet's water (rodents mainly) and it LITERALLY makes their pee virtually scentless. I was sceptical at first, but the girl working at the pet store told me that she has a ferret (and we all know how stinky they can be) and when you walk into her house you can't even tell. She said "If you find it doesn't work for you, I will personally refund you the money for it - not the store, me." so I did, and I haven't looked back. Between the two bunnies (two cages) and two rats (one cage) in my living room, I do a mass cage clean about once every two weeks (little tidies everyday, obviously, litter changes etc. but WHOLE changes twice a month) and it's impossible to tell that I have pets. I totally recommend this stuff.
 

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Does it have any negative affects on them? I would be nervous about chemicals.
 

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It's made with 100% natural ingredients. And it has no negative effects (or, if it does, I have not noticed anything). They still poop and pee regularly, the colors and consistency is still the same, it just doesn't stink! Here, this is what the bottle says:

The #1 complaint of pet owners is feces, urine and body odors. Bi-Odor (oops misspelled it in the thread name) Waste Deodorizer will virtually eliminate these odors. Bi-Odor's unique blend of natural ingredients works internally to attack blood urea, thus the stool, urine and body odors are virtually eliminated.

Directions: Blah blah blah.

Money Back Guarantee!
Blah blah blah.

Made With 100% Natural Ingredients
Used and recommended by top breeders and veterinarians nationwide.
 

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I may look into that. I'm just cautious with trusting most commercial products :D Does it work for smaller animals like hamster and mice?
 

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When I had mice and rats I use to use bio odor since it was all natural. I used about 1-3 caps of bio odor per water botle for my mice and 1-3 tablespoons pet bottle for the ratties. I loved it!!!
 

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@BarkingPup: I'm really lazy and don't want to run and get it haha, next time I'm up I'll grab it and list the ingredients. I looked before, don't have an idea what most of them are but I will let you know.

@Elli: I haven't had mice before, so I haven't had a chance to use it with them, but the bottle has pictures of all kinds of small animals. Like I said, works wonders with the rabbits and the rats and the girl at the pet store (Valley Feed Bag - local and wonderful) used it for her ferret. Come to think of it, I think they use it for all the animals they have in the store. I'll get back to you though, I'll ask around about the smaller variety of rodents.
 

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