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Have a Pet Accommodating Home With These Lifestyle Tips

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Have you brought a furry, winged, or other type of friend home? If so, you need to make sure that you and your home are ready to accommodate a pet. From cleaning to ensuring that they don’t get ahold of your personal items, you must ensure that your home is fully ready for your new family pet.

Invest In a Great Vacuum

If you’ve added a furry friend, such as a dog or a cat, to your family, it’s time to invest in a strong vacuum. Your new cat or dog WILL shed and cause hair and fur balls to accumulate around your home. Depending on the color of your pet’s hair, it may or may not show up in your carpet and on your floor and clothes.

Situate Your Pet Near the Door or Entry

Dogs especially have a tendency to track mud and dirt into your home, which will wreak havoc on your carpet and floors in the long run. Be sure to position the dog bed or crate, along with towels, near the door just in case your pup runs inside with dirt. This way you can ensure that your house stays clean and so does your dog.

Reorganize Your Home

Do you have a lot of items, electronics, or clothing situated towards the ground? If so, it’s time to reorganize your home and put those items higher up on shelves. Your new pet will just love to snatch up your clothes and items thinking they are brand new toys! Make sure all valuable items are especially out of reach!

Purchase Clean Toys and Treats

Some pet toys and Treats are known for ripping to shreds, leaving crumbs or even resulting in giant messes. Instead of purchasing these toys, look for toys that will not leave a mess or a trail behind after Fido plays!

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