Virtually ELIMINATING Odors & Bacteria:

Keep your nose happy, your air clean and your pets healthy with the CritterZone Air Naturalizer

If you have allergies and own a pet, you know the combination can be miserable. Coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes and all the other side effects of allergies can get in the way of enjoying your pet. In addition to allergens, pets often are the source of unpleasant odors in the home. Some of this is due to "accidents" on the carpet, and some is caused by things they can't control, like glandular problems, health issues, or just normal smells that occur when you are a critter with fur or feather.

 

Don't let allergies or odors keep you from enjoying your pet. The CritterZone Air Naturalizer can remove those problematic particles from the air for you. The CritterZone is a compact device that you can move from room to room or use in your car. It creates a charged flow that cleans the air, removing odors and allergens in the process. It also helps make the air cleaner and healthier for you and your pet to breathe by removing germs such as bacteria and viruses, as well as mildew and mold!

Puppies and dogs

You let your dog play outside so it can get fresh air and exercise, like it needs to do. You are doing what a good pet owner should do, but how does your beloved pal thank you? By rolling in a puddle of water or a snow bank! Once the dog is in the house, that wet dog smell comes inside with it. In addition to that odor, the dog's dander may irritate your allergies. Or maybe the poor thing has some seriously bad breath. Whatever the stinky odor your dog is responsible for, the CritterZone is strong enough to handle it! Plug it in next to your dog's favorite spot and witness its power as it goes to work. You'll notice the air getting fresher by the minute. You can also take the CritterZone with you in the car, so it can tackle dog odors that build up when your pet travels with you.

 

 

 

 

Ferrets

Ferrets are fun, playful intelligent animals. They make fabulous pets. But unfortunately, they also can cause some odors in your home. This is often due to "musk" from their skins glands, which secrete oils. It is especially common for unaltered ferrets to produce these oils during breeding season. However, all ferrets also have other sacs they release when they feel frightened. Not all of these glands and sacs can be safely removed from ferrets, so you run the risk that they will be releasing these natural oils and musks in your home. Other factors, such as diet, can affect the way your ferret smells.

 

Although many of these factors can't be changed, one option you can change is how you clean the air in your home. The CritterZone Air Naturalizer is a great option for ferret owners, because it doesn't spray any chemicals into the air to temporarily mask the odors. Instead, it actually removes them from the air.

 

 

Small cage pets

They are small and so cute, but they come with some big odors! Whether you have a hamster, rabbit, guinea pigs or another small animal in a cage in your home, you also likely have bedding, leftover pet food and fur that can cause unpleasant odors in your home. Even if you clean the cage frequently, it can be hard to stay on top of the natural odors those adorable little pets bring into your home. Clean up the air in your home — so you and your pets can breathe more easily — by plugging a CritterZone into an outlet near the cage. You can also use a corded unit for cages in harder-to-reach spots in your home.

 

 

Cats and kittens

We’ve all been there: You walk into the home of a pet owner, and you immediately notice that unmistakable "cat smell" in the air. Sometimes it’s caused by a problem with the animal’s health. Other times, it may be a litter box that’s overdue for a change, or a result of “accidents” on the carpet. Whatever the cause, no one wants their house to have a “cat smell.”

 

If you own cats, what can you do to make sure your home smells clean and inviting to you and your guests? Plug in a CritterZone Air Naturalizer! It will get to work right away, cleaning up the unpleasant smells in your home. Your guests will be remarking on how adorable your cat is, not thinking about how stinky it is!  

 

 

 

Birds

Birds can make fun and entertaining companions, but they come with some odors that aren’t too pleasant. Add to that the fact that their cages can quickly fill up with droppings, spoiled food and feathers, causing lots of bad smells, and you have a common source of bad smells in the home. Much of the odor is the result of mold and bacteria building up in the bird's droppings and on any leftover damp food that spoils.

 

You can keep odors at bay by plugging in a CritterZone Air Naturalizer next to the cage. The CritterZone is an air cleaner for the home. Unlike air purifiers that require a filter, the CritterZone creates a naturally charged flow that moves through the room, removing odors and germs. It also is awesome for people with allergies, because it removes allergens from the air. 

 

 

 

 

Aquarium pets

Fish are fun to watch, and having an aquarium adds a soothing backdrop in the home. However fish tanks and aquariums can quickly turn stinky. You can replace some of the water to help with the smell, but many fish need some of the "good" bacteria that builds up to stay in the tank.

 

One solution for fighting the odor is to clean up the air with a CritterZone Air Naturalizer. Plug it in next to the tank, and it will get to work removing the unpleasant smells from the air.

More and more pets!

The list of fun and interesting animals people are keeping as pets continues to grow. Whatever the type of pet you have in your home, the CritterZone is great for tackling odors from their fur, glands, food, bad breath, cages, accidents in the carpet and allergens from dander and much more.

  • European Polecats
  • Alligators
  • Amphibians
  • African Pygmy Hedgehog
  • Hedgehogs
  • Arctic Fox
  • Coyotes
  • Wolf/dog hybrids
  • Fennec Foxes
  • Tame Silver Foxes
  • Tame Red Foxes
  • Sugar Gliders
  • Indian Star Tortoises
  • Skunks
  • Degus
  • Genets
  • Cockatiels
  • Raccoons
  • Capybaras
  • Wallaroos
  • Hares
  • Miniature Horses
  • Potbelly Pigs
  • Teacup Pigs
  • Chinchillas