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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Guest Post: How to Pet Proof Your Home or Rental

The following is a guest post.  This post does not necessarily reflect the views of Suzanne and David E. McClendon, Sr. or Manian Debil Productions.

How to Pet Proof Your Home or Rental

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For any of us pet lovers out there, we know the joys of curling up on the couch with our favorite fur baby after a long day at work and waking up to wet kisses in the morning. However, we also know the woes of having our pets eating, sleeping, and playing inside our homes. Broken blinds, destroyed garbage cans, and chewed-on furniture may start to seem like the status quo (hey, #dogshaming didn’t become a thing for no reason!).

The truth is, even if you have a very well-behaved pet, accidents are bound to happen. As dog lovers themselves, the folks over at Ashford Realty Group know this and decided to make a complete list of all the creative ways you can pet proof your home or rental.

Whether you are a property owner looking for tenants or homeowner who wants to keep their home intact, these tips include everything from the simplest home hack to a few more advanced upgrades that will protect the interior and exterior of your house for years to come. And not a single one of these tips include making your pet sleep outside!

Take a look at their infographic below and get ready to create a pet proofed home that you and your pet will love.

Graphic from Ashford Realty Group .

how to pet proof your rental or home

Kitty image source: Pixabay.

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