How Pet Owners Can Keep Their Homes Safe and Healthy

Owning a pet can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life. From the unconditional love they provide to their ability to keep you healthy, pets are fantastic companions. As with any relationship, there is work that goes into keeping them happy and healthy.

Safety for pets

One thing many people don’t realize is how important it is to make sure your home remains safe for both you and your pet. This can be tough when we spend so much time out of the house for work or leisure activities, but it’s an essential part of maintaining a happy and healthy household environment.
In this blog post, I’ll go through some tips on how you can keep your home clean and safe for both yourself and your pet!

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Well, inside your home they are safe from outside harm. But what about all the electronic devices and harmful ingredients you use on a daily basis?  Are they safe from them? 

If not, don’t worry. Because in this article I’ll write about five must follow home safety tips for pet owners. So, let’s find out. 

1. Medicines & Chemicals

All households have medicines and chemicals in stock. They are for emergency use or regular use. Those medicines can be a lifesaver for us. But those same medicines can be a dangerous threat to your pet. How? 

Well, we all know our pets love to follow us. Again, pets love to sneak into our staff when we are not around and your pets might end up consuming your medicines too. As these medicines are made for the human body only.  So, they can be really dangerous for your pet.

Moreover, we all have some chemicals like cleaning solutions, pesticides, spirit etc. If consumed then these chemicals can get so deadly that they can take your pets life!    

So, if you have a pet, always keep your medicines and chemicals in a place where your pet can’t reach them. You should also check out if these medicines are chemicals are in the right place or not.  

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2. Plants

It sounds funny, but your innocent plants can also be dangerous to your pets. How? According to the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) research, most people don’t realize that just because it resides in a house doesn’t mean it’s safe around their beloved four-legged friends!

One of these tasty treats is rhubarb – which has an ingredient toxic enough to kill cats & dogs if eaten without warning; daffodils contain glycoside paralyzing agents or ion channels blockers like calcium oxalate crystals; sago palms are one type (among many) herbs known as emetics.

3. Electronics

We can’t think of our modern life without gadgets and most of them are electronic. Electronic devices are also dangerous to your pet. Because they are not as intelligent as us and they may chew or try to play with an electronic wire or cord. As they don’t have a strong body like us. So, a small electric shock can cause them seizures, burns, or even death! But what is the solution? 

Well, the most effective solution is proper training. If you can teach your pet that electronic devices and chords are dangerous then they may never play with them. But you shouldn’t take a risk. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure your pet’s safety from electronics. 

Firstly, you should keep all your electronic cords behind furniture or use covers to cover them. 

Secondly, you should make sure your house has no open wire. So that your pet might never chew them. 

Lastly, if you throw a party or use additional or decorative lights to your house make sure the cords and wires are out of reach for your pet. You should also keep small electronics out of your pet’s reach. 

However, some electronics can also help with pets. How? 

We all know how messy our home can get with pet fur and how hard it is to clean them.  But if you use an air purifier all these problems will be gone in moments. So, here are some of the best air purifiers for pets. 

4. Height

Yes, height can be a big problem for our pets. If you live in a multi-story apartment or in a normal home. There is always a possibility of your pet falling from a high place. A cat may be safe if it falls from a high place. But dogs and other pets don’t have a chance. 

So, if you want your home safe for your pets, you must make your house fall-proof. But how? 

Firstly,  if your house has high balconies, you must use small fences so that your pet might never enter there.

Secondly, you should close your high windows when you are not with your pet. You should also consider your bathroom windows. 

Lastly, if you have stairs in your house, you should train your pets how safely to pass them. You should also train them well so that they don’t jump from high places. 

However, if you don’t want your pets to get injured, please keep them in your sight in high and risky places. 

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5. Small Items & Decorations

All the pets are naturally curious. They also want to be a part of everything. But these behaviors can get dangerous for them. 

Any small decoration items like rubber bands, small glass ornaments, toy parts, tinsels, and even paints can be dangerous for pets if chewed or digested. These small parts can damage their mouth and if digested then hurt their internal organs. Moreover, they can be poisonous too. 

So, you must always keep an eye on your pet when decorating your house. Always keep smaller items out of reach of your pets. You can also give them chewing toys with special oils. So that they may not chew any decoration or small parts. 

Well, these are the most important home safety tips for pet owners. These tips may seem impossible to follow. But with just a little effort and easy steps, all these steps can be followed. These small steps will not only make your home safe for your pet but also make you tension-free.   

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Richard Hayes

Hey there! Meet Richard Hayes, the big boss and marketing guru behind Pet Dog Planet. He's been a total doggo fanatic since forever and loves all kinds of pups, from tiny teacup Chihuahuas to big, burly Bulldogs. His absolute favorite pastime? Snuggling with adorable puppies—he can't get enough of those cute little faces! Plus, he's totally into iced coffee, chilling in hammocks, and, of course, more puppy cuddling!

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