Pet Friendly Decorating Tips: #5

Posted by wadmin on Thursday, March 23, 2017

Gresham Animal Hospital_Pet_Friendly_Decorating_Tips_5

We are continuing our series Pet-Friendly Decorating Tips.

We love our dogs but between potty training and all that fur, it can be a little hard to try and decorate our homes around them. Not to mention somethings can be hazardous to their safety and health! Here are a few pet-friendly decorating tips for you and your home! One thing you can do for your home is to manage your dog’s treats and toys!

Tidy Treats and Toys

Your dog smells pigs’ ears or sees rawhide and thinks, “Mmmmmm!” Bad idea.  They stink, look gross and they leave greasy stains on furnishings and floors. Yes, your dog needs to chew, but go for rubber toys.  For cats, purchase scratching posts such as the Everyday Studio’s Cat Tree that hang on the wall and look like art.  Those hideous carpet-covered plywood posts belong in the trash.  Cats also love sleek shelving for perching–no need for big carpet-covered constructions.

Keep Gresham Animal Hospital in mind next time your dog needs a checkup, shots, vaccines, give us a call at 503.666.1600.

SRC: 8 Great Tips for Pet-Friendly Home Decorating