Make your home pet friendly

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Real Estate Broker Owner 01293735 CA
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1. Vacuum regularly

2. Bathe and groom your pet often

3. Use stain-resistant fabrics

4. Put washable fabrics on your bed

5. Skip wall to wall carpet

6. Choose hard surface floors

7. Set up an animal room near an entry

8. Give yourpet tidy treats and toys

9. Match colors to your pet's fur.

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 LORI BOWERS

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The Lori Bowers Group

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78120 Calle Estado Suite 103

Old Town La Quinta

La Quinta, CA 92253

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Lori * how do you get your dog to vacuum?  I have two and neither one likes the sound so they resist using it....other items are OK except the entire first floor is theirs...

September 08, 2012 09:18 AM
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These are great suggestions.  LOL on matching floors to pet colors...I often suggest that.

Also, it's often best to avoid very dark floors as this shows dirt and scratches more.  If there is carpeting, try to match and try to avoid very light/very dark, if possible.

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