How To Pet Proof Your Home or Rental

We love our furry friends! They bring us joy and companionship, but that doesn’t mean they don’t like to get into trouble every now and then. Whether you’re a renter or homeowner, the thought of your cat destroying your blinds or your dog rummaging through your trash can make you nervous to leave them at home for extended periods of time.

With these pet proofing tips you can rest assured that your pet (and home) will be safe. This infographic shares indoor, outdoor, and safety tips so you can check your residence to see if what updates should be made. Some, like putting plexiglass inside the widows, protect your home from expensive damages, while others, like adding an extra filter to the ventilation ducts help control dust and dander.

Happy pet proofing!

Pet Proofing Tips

With these tips, you can ensure that homes and pets are kept safe. Overall, making a few smart home updates and taking good care of your pet with regular baths, haircuts, vet visits and frequent exercise will help your pet stay comfortable, happy and healthy.

If you are a property owner who wants to find renters, taking a little extra care to set your home up for pets and screen responsible owners can lead to making more money, having your property filled for longer periods of time and good reviews from happy pet owners. Meanwhile, tenants who take a little extra care to keep their home clean and their pets happy should have no problem renting a place now or in the future.

About the Author:

Nicole is the owner of Ashford Realty Group, where she is one of the lead brokers. With over ten years of experience in the field, she has expertise in both sales and property management in the Colorado Springs area.

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