Pet Home Safety Tips
Pet Safety Guide: Pet-Proofing & Emergency Safety at Home
Before you run out and adopt Fido or Freda from the animal shelter, make sure your home has been adequately pet-proofed. Providing a safe, pet-friendly environment for your new cat or dog is the first step to being a responsible pet-owner of a safe and happy animal. Read these tips for pet-proofing and emergency safety at home. Submitted by House Method.
How to Get Rid of Fleas
If you’re a pet owner, there’s a high probability that you’ll end up dealing with fleas at some point—even the cleanest pets in the cleanest homes face this reality. Flea bites cause severe itching on both animals and people, and can even cause serious skin diseases like flea allergy dermatitis. Even if you don’t have pets, you could still be susceptible to a flea infestation in your home due to animals walking through your yard and bringing fleas with them. Here’s how to identify fleas, the best ways to get rid of them, and tips on how to keep them out of your home. Click the link below.
How to Keep Your Home Free from Pet Hair
If your house is home to a cat or dog, it goes without saying that there’s pet hair in places you don’t want it. There are simple ways to not only eliminate the hair that collects around your home but also to reduce your pet’s daily contribution to the mess. It’s about prevention and maintenance. Click the link below to read more.
6 Pet-Safe Houseplants for Your Home
If you’re a pet owner, you should take care when choosing plants for your home. Both cats and dogs often chew on leafy green vegetation to satisfy nutritional needs or aid in digestion, so it’s important to know that some are potentially toxic to your pets. Click the link below for six pet-safe houseplants you can feel good about choosing.