They say that a dog is a man’s best friend and for a good reason. Dogs keep us company, help us feel protected and make sure we always fell loved. But, did you know that their affectionate kisses may be actually improving our health one lick at a time?
If you are a pet lover and you have one or two or even three furry friends at home, you must be going crazy cleaning up after them. Anyone who has or has had a furry pet knows the struggle of keeping a clean house. But the problem is not only with keeping a pet hair -free house, there are a number of messes that you have to deal with when you have pets. Be it a cat or a dog, the struggle is real.
Both cats and dogs have a specific smell than can engulf your entire house if it is not cleaned properly and regularly. That is why you should make sure you clean not only your dog regularly but also all of its accessories, toys, bed, bowls, etc.
We love our cats and dogs, but they don’t always feel the same way about our floors. Whether it’s tearing up our carpets or scratching our newly laid wooden floors; pets can be a destructive and expensive member of the family. So The Rug Seller has put together this piece to offer some guidance to help you understand why our cats and dogs damage our floors, how you can stop them doing it, the most pet friendly rugs to buy and how to best clean up after accidents.
It’s not news that having an animal friend has its benefits since teaches you to be responsible for someone who is always happy to see you, who keeps you company without prejudice and even can help you being more outgoing and improves your mood. Through Happify’s infographic you’ll learn that, besides all the above, your pet affects your emotional wellbeing. Check it out below to learn how and why they make us happier:
We all love to spoil our pets by giving them a tasty treat once in a while, but not all foods that we enjoy are suitable for sharing with your pets.
Take a look at some of the things which are best kept away from your furry friends, and make sure you’re aware of the dangers of feeding the wrong treats to your cat, dog, rabbit or rat.