Creating A Pet-Friendly Living Space

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Living with your pet can bring endless hours of joy and compassion to one’s life. Especially if you live on your own, a dog or a cat can help you in indescribable ways. Although they won’t chip in for rent or utilities, pets can be some of the best roommates you can ask for.

Part of owning a pet is taking responsibility for its health and safety. This means it’s imperative that you make your home, condo or apartment as pet-friendly as possible. For all the loving that they can provide, you owe it to them to protect them and make them as comfortable as you can!

You may be thinking that your home is perfectly safe and livable for your furry-friend but there may be some things you may be overlooking. For example, the medications, cosmetics and household cleansers that you might be using pose a serious risk to your pets. They may become curious and try and eat these products, which is why you should always keep these products in a cabinet when you’re not using them.

Likewise, cords and loose cables that dangle should be kept out of paw’s reach since your pet may be tempted to pull at them, causing something heavy to fall down on them. They could also wrap themselves up in cords and could hurt themselves that way. They may also just chew your loose wires and cords, which could hurt your devices and not make you a happy pet owner!

Keeping your living space friendly for your pets is a crucial part of your responsibilities. For these and many other helpful tips for creating a safe space for animals in your home, take a look at the accompanying infographic. It contains some good advice all pet owners should keep in mind.