Having a pet can be rewarding, fun, and like having a best friend. But specific responsibilities come with pet ownership that needs to be taken seriously. If you have a pet (especially an indoor pet), you must disinfect areas that your pet touches to help protect yourself, your family, and your visitors from unwanted and dangerous bacteria and viruses. We’ve rounded up all you need to know about sanitizing around your pets.
It’s normal for your dog to scratch now and then, but if your dog is excessively itching, it could be a sign of fleas or allergies. By knowing what to look for and having a few simple remedies, you should be able to keep your dog’s itching to a minimum.
You love your dogs, but you may not always love their smell. While a dog can turn a house into a home, it can also leave that home stinking. But don’t worry. Having a dog doesn’t mean your house has to smell like a kennel. Here are some easy and effective ways to get rid of that dog smell in your home.
When it comes to pets, pet owners will do almost anything to keep their pets safe. Pet owners get their pets vaccinated, make sure they're eating nutritious meals, and take them to the vet if something is wrong. But have you thought about how your cleaning products could be harming your pets? It’s not something many pet owners think about, but since you use cleaning products where your pets often walk, eat, and sleep, it’s important to make sure those surfaces aren’t covered in toxic cleaners. Here is a list of how to ensure you choose non-toxic cleaning products to help keep your pet safe.