Every pet owner will agree with me that you cannot have a better companion than a pet. You love to see them doing all naughty things. They keep you happy, cheerful and relaxed all the time. Pet care is the sole responsibility of the owner. However, just providing them with food, water, bedding, and toys is not enough. Their safety is equally important. You may invite a lot of trouble if you do not create a pet-friendly home. After all, you cannot keep a constant watch on them. Rather, you should take some needful measures that can prevent any harm to your lovable pet.
You are aware of the traits of your pets. Depending on their temperaments, needs and demands, you have to make some changes in your home in order to ensure both the pet and the owner live comfortably in the same house. Here are a handful of useful tips for creating a pet-friendly home:
‘Pet sitters’, as they are commonly called, are those people who work as full-time pet caretakers, and do more than just providing the pet with food and water. They are just like you, the owner… animal lovers, but who have made it their profession to take care of pets. Nowadays, to become a pet sitter, ‘love for animals’ is no more the only parameter, but it also requires proper certifications and adequate experience.
After you have decided that you are going to leave your pet in the care of a pet sitter, while you are on vacation, it’s time for you to start the search for a good pet sitter. Given below are some pointers that you need to look out for when searching for a pet sitter.
If you are a pet owner, you would know how hard it is to choose between your four-legged, extremely naughty companion and your (very) expensive carpet. As much as you love your dog or cat, it can be distressing to find hard-to-remove yellow stains all over the precious carpet. Moreover, you have to deal with the tears caused by sharp nails and dander all over the carpet. Well, if you are one such distressed owner who is trying to deal with the disastrous combination of a pet and carpet, then try choosing a pet-friendly carpet for your home. Not only do they prolong the life of the flooring, but also help in keeping your room fresh and neat.
Choose a Stain-resistant Material
For Cats and Dogs
Keep Them Indoors
No matter how much your pet loves spending time in your backyard, keeping it outside your house for long during winter should be avoided. Outdoor exercise should be minimized. The temperatures at which your pet is safe outside should be consulted with your veterinarian.