How to make your Home a Pet’s Home too

How to make your Home a Pet’s Home too

Are you getting a new pet? Yes? Well then make sure your house if pet-friendly. Make your house safer for your furry/feathered friend by doing the following:-

1) A Place to Sleep

Dogs need a designated place as a bed. If you’re not someone who’d be comfortable in sharing your bed with your furry companion, then you should give it a separate bed to sleep in. Crates don’t seem very comfortable, so why not try and remodel a closet into your pet’s bed? Make it soft and warm.

2) Safety

Place your trash can in a closed space so that the pet won’t spill it or so that the smell of it won’t make your pet sick.

3) Litter boxes and pet doors

This is more for your comfort than your pets, but installing a pet door will let your dog head out when it needs to do its business. It would also save your house from getting dirty. Even if you have a cat, a concealed litter box will most probably keep you happy.

4) Hangout spots

If you want, you can create a play area for your pet. Put in games and stuff toys and let your imagination loose. Just make sure that the area is wide enough for your crazy little friend to err…go crazy in. Also make sure exiting the area is easy so that your pet won’t feel trapped once it’s inside. Make your house safe for your pet to laze around anywhere in it by removing sharp objects and cleaning it regularly.



 

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