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Friday, April 09, 2010
Creating Pet-Friendly Areas in Your Home

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By Anjali Kundra

While you love your pet, it’s easy to be overwhelmed with fur, toys, bowls and bones. There are different ways to define your pet’s area and keep the mess confined to one place, creating a more harmonious space for both of you.

Pet Friendly Areas for Your Home

  • Electric Pet Fences
    If you hate confining your dog inside but don’t have time to take the pup for a walk every hour, electric pet fences offer a great solution. This way Buddy can run around outside, and you don’t have to worry about him running away or going into traffic. You can even put an outdoor pet drinking fountain on your lawn to ensure that Buddy doesn’t get thirsty while he’s lounging in the sun.

  • Winter Bed Solutions
    Is your pet always trying to snuggle up, in or around your bed, or does he refuse to stay on the floor where clean-up is easier? Maybe your dog or cat is cold. Invest in a heated pet bed for those cold winter nights to keep your precious baby toasty. By doing so, it’s less likely that your pet will be scratching at the door asking to come into your cozy bedroom.

  • Confine Odors
    For even the best-behaved, litter box odor continues to be a problem. There are several litter boxes like the Jarden Odor Grabber that automatically filters and confines odor so it doesn’t leave your kitty’s designated litter area.

  • Give Your Pet a Cool Crib
    Crates are usually restrictive and ugly. However, the iCrate from Midwest Homes is easy on the eyes as well as on your pet. With its classic style, it looks great in your home and will become a place your pet will love to retreat to. This crate is the perfect get-a-way for your dog or cat.

  • Separate Pet Storage
    If your pet’s toys are all over the house, all it takes is a basket or shoe box to clean up the mess. Once you have consolidated all the toys, leashes, etc., into one container, place the container next to your pet’s food and water bowls or automatic pet feeders. Automatic pet feeders are a great way to avoid messes and portion the right amount of food or water your pet is getting without monitoring it yourself.

Although your pet might need a little training to retreat to a designated space, by keeping your pet’s things organized and separated, it will be easier to tackle messes and keep your home clean and beautiful.





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