This customers dog was not happy about being left in a bedroom. Carpet was able to be taken from a closet to patch the affected area and the closet was replaced with similar carpet provided by Carpet Chris.
Another curious puppy tried to "dig" into the other room through the carpet. Carpet Chris was able to patch the affected area with extra carpet provided by the customer.
A small family dog chewed a hole in the dining room carpet. A small "cookie cutter" patched was performed. You can see that the customer will now have to consider having the carpet cleaned since the patch carpet was substainally cleaner than the existing carpet.
An anxious dog wanted to get into the bedroom from the hallway. Since extra carpet was not available to patch it, I made the best of what I had to work with. I applied latex to the delaminated backing and left it over night to dry. The next day the carpet was power stretched to reduce the space where the yarn was removed by the dog and the carpet was seamed together.
This carpet was damaged by a pet that was left locked in a bedroom. I was able to patch it using a piece of carpet left over from the original installation.
This customers dog got the end of the carpet where it attaches to the tile. I was able to power stretch the carpet up to the tile and secure the edge with adhesive.
A dog in Scottsdale got caught up in this customers berber carpet. I was able to reburl the loose row of yarn and inject adhesive into the area to ensure it remains secure.