Since we are talking about a dog then we
are talking about urine. You need some kind
of enzyme deodorizer that has specific bacterial
cultures that love to eat urine. I have some success with using Prochems "Enzyme Rescue" . You can put it down with prespray and also put it in your rinsing solution. If it really bad then you might try "Molecular Modifier" which works using several different ways of attacking bad ordors. Of course there is also Hydrocide which is effective.
Of course you must charge quite bit for this service. I used to add at least 15 cents a square foot . So make sure you get paid for doing all this work plus the cost of the chemicals are high. It is not your fault she has a dog that pees on her carpet!
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The JAGUAR 6.6 --"A TRUE INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM"; not a generic squirt & suck!