Haleh, you know you aren't telling the truth and I think most readers will know that as well. Just in case, I will clarify some things.
You are the first guest who has ever been charged for dog urine/feces damages. We don't typically have any problems with the dogs or guests who stay in our rentals nor do we have people complaining that there is no beach. Your hysterical advertisement to my future guests will hopefully be overlooked as just that.
Villa Serena is a 4-minute walk from Windansea, one of the most famous beaches in the world. During very high tides (a few hours each day in the cooler months), there isn't a lot of beach. During your stay, there were people and dogs enjoying the beach from sun up to sun down. (A simple search for Windansea will show travelers the fantastic nearby beaches and the proximity of the Vacation Villas)
As a full-time volunteer of Luckydog Sanctuary, I understand what it is like to love dogs and want to spend every day with them, even while vacationing. I would think it's common sense that while staying in someone else's property, you should crate your dog or keep them in a tiled area with a pee pad, if they are not housebroken. At the very least, one should inspect rugs after leaving dogs unsupervised and promptly clean up messes to prevent damage to wood floors.
There hadn't been a dog in that rental for months, so trying to blame this on a previous guest is useless.You didn't trust your dogs, so you removed the rugs (or so you claim). I am not sure if your dog urinated on the rug while it was "on the couch" (not very believable since the couch doesn't appear to have urine on it), or while it was on the floor, but they definitely urinated on the rug and on something which was on the floor. The urine had at least a day to soak into the floor penetrating the new varnish and staining the wood to a much darker color. Based on the evidence, it is logical to assume the rug was on the floor, but either way your dogs ruined the rug and created 3 urine stains on the floor. The one section of the rug was wet with stinky urine when I went to pick it up. Your suggestion that my cleaners peed on the rug, is beyond irrational. They are house trained, plus they would have made MUCH larger stains ;)
You had not one complaint during your stay and didn't ask for any additional supplies. We always have showering supplies in the rentals, sometimes the supply closet gets locked by the previous guest. All you had to do was ask.
You arrived with a very young puppy in addition to the 3 approved "well-behaved" dogs (whom we allowed because of that description).
You were notified of the urine damage and brown stains hours before the next guest checked in.
The repairs are expensive because your dogs damaged our FLOORS not just the rug (which can never be put in a rental when it may smell of dog urine) and of course these need to be repaired/replaced.
This was not a matter of additional cleanup but a matter of days of neglect and severe damage to a floor and rug.
I am probably the most fair person you will ever meet in your life. I didn't even charge you the additional and asked for less than 50% of the two nights of lost rent which will occur due to the needed repairs.