The carpet scrubbers and carpet beetles can be harmful to your carpet and can also be dangerous to your dog’s health.
Here are the basics of carpets cleaning and how to avoid them.
The carpet beetles are small insects that look like tiny fleas and are usually found in cracks and crevices in the carpet.
They’re also attracted to the dampness of your carpeting and will attach themselves to it, so it’s important to wash the carpet as soon as you find them.
If the carpet is still wet, they can become trapped and cause a lot of damage.
The beetles also can cause some serious health problems for your dog, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Carpet beetles have been found in more than 100 homes in the United States.
They’ve also been found on homes that are built on gravel and in areas that have no ventilation or water supply.
If you’re not aware of the pest, you may think it’s just a problem with the carpet itself.
But it’s actually an infestation of the carpet beetle that causes the problem.
The bugs are attracted to moisture in the dirt around your home and will cling to any dry area, according the American Veterinarian.
If your carpet is wet or you don’t have a good air conditioner, you can get rid of the beetles by cleaning the carpet with a mild detergent.
Be sure to thoroughly clean the carpet before you take your dog out for a walk.
You’ll want to let your dog outside, because they can’t fly as easily if they’re outside.
To help keep the beetles out of your home, make sure the carpet has been thoroughly rinsed before you remove it.
If it’s still wet when you get home, you’ll want a dry cloth to clean the area.
And you’ll also want to wipe down the carpeting so that it doesn’t stick to your hands or carpet.
Be sure to keep a close eye on the carpet you’ve just cleaned, because carpets are incredibly sensitive to dampness.
If there are more than one beetle on the floor, you’re likely to get more of them than the carpet can handle.
There are two different kinds of carpet beetles.
The most common species, called blacklegged carpet beetles, are harmless and can be removed by rubbing them with a soft cloth or with a damp rag.
Other species, including the brown-legged carpet beetle, can be a bit more dangerous.
The brown-footed carpet beetle can cause severe problems if it bites a dog.
It has a long proboscis and can penetrate the skin, causing painful blisters and inflammation.
It also can bite into the soft tissue of your dog.
If this happens, you could get an allergic reaction.
It can also cause severe damage to the skin of the foot and even cause serious burns if it causes an allergic response.
If you find a brown-tailed carpet beetle on your carpet, you should immediately wash the area, as the beetles can also attach themselves.
You should also avoid using any detergents that contain iron or that contain petroleum or any kind of mineral oil.