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How to Sell a Home with Pets and Kids Living In It

Friday, July 11th, 2014

How to Sell a Home with Pets and Kids Living In ItChildren and pets are a source of joy, but not helpful when it comes to selling your home. Buyers need to imagine themselves living in your place, and that’s hard to do when someone else’s dogs and toddlers are in the way. The good news is, many pet-owning families have successfully sold their home. You can too, with a few simple tricks.

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6 Tips to Reduce Litter Box Odor in your home

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

6 Tips to Reduce Litter Box Odor in your homeA cat is an excellent choice of pet for animal lovers, especially those who may not be interested in going outside early in the morning to walk a dog. While this may allow you a few extra minutes in your warm bed, the stench of a freshly-used litter box may drive you out of the room. Whether you live in a small apartment or have trouble with the litter box smell in a particular area of your house, following these tips will help mitigate the infamous cat urine odor

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Pet Odor Removal Strategies

Saturday, February 12th, 2011

hand_holding_house_150x150 - Pet Odor Removal StrategiesCats and dogs have certain unacceptable behaviors that are normal for their species, but problematic for humans. The odor and stains from pet urine and cat spray stubbornly cling and soak into surfaces, making a home smell less than welcoming to human senses. Can a pet odor remover work on the most tenacious of stains? Is it possible to live together in an odor-free environment? Yes, it is! The choices are not only easy, but work to help train your pet toward more acceptable behavior.

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When Your Cat Won’t Use the Litter Box

Wednesday, April 28th, 2004

It happens on your linoleum floor. Or worse, on your carpet. Your cat has done her litter-box business somewhere other than in the litter box.Why? And what can you do?

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