One thing about those odor removers, is that they usually require the
part to be soaked for hours, or even days while the bacterial action
that removes the smell takes place. By soaking, I mean placing something
like a damp towel over the treated spot. This may not work too well for
wood, depending on what the wood is for. If its something that shows, it
might affect the wood with swelling, cracking (after drying), etc.
OTOH, if its something like a floor thats going to be covered, then the
above suggestions, or even KILZ will work.