Tips on having a pet friendly home
It is now well-known that owning pets not only helps pet owners reduce
stress but also teaches them how to be responsible and take care of their furry friends. Because of this, the majority of people today choose to have indoor pets, including cats, dogs, and more unusual animals like mice and other exotic animals.
However, caring for pets may be a lot of work, and sadly, most houses lack the amenities needed to make them pet-friendly. Fortunately, your home may now provide safe living circumstances for your pets with a few adjustments.
Pet-proofing for large animals like dogs and cats
1. Keep small litter and other choking hazards off the floor.
2. Make sure that elevated spaces in your home are out of reach from your pets.
3. Keep your trash bins closed at all times.
4. Make sure that feeding areas are isolated from litter boxes and trash bins.
5. Invest in pet-friendly fabrics and carpeting.
Pet-proofing for smaller animals like mice, fish, and birds
These animals are, nevertheless, thought to be exceedingly delicate because even slight alterations in their environment can cause a variety of responses in their bodies. So before bringing these little creatures into your home, pet-proofing is an essential precaution.
Pet-proofing for rodents, like guinea pigs, hamsters, and rabbits
When letting your pet animal out of its cage, keep cords and electrical wires out of sight and make sure that any small holes and vents are firmly sealed.
Pet-proofing for birds