Prepare your home for your first pet!
So you’ve decided to bring home a new animal! Impressive! Almost everyone these days adopts animals, and it shows that humanity is not dead after all. But since you are bringing a pet for the first time into your home, you need to properly prepare your home for the same. After all, bringing a new pet is like welcoming a small child into your home for the first time.
Ø Tips for preparing your home before the first animal comes in!
Congratulations, you are now a pet and your little puppy or kitten would be home soon, sharing your space. But before the arrival of the big day, prepare your home for the grandiose welcome of the little one.
o Thoroughly clean and disinfect your house – Before the animal arrives, you must clean it thoroughly. Especially if you are bringing a small puppy or kitten into the house. This is because animals have a habit of looking for the smallest particles in the far corner of your house and chewing them. And if your pet does that, you will be in big trouble. You know very well how many tiny particles are hidden inside your rugs or in a corner of your house. So before the pet is home, call the house cleaning professionals in Auckland, Flash Office cleaning can clean your carpets and other rooms in the house. And if you also disinfect the house, that’s even better.
o Protect your home from animals – By animal protection we mean keeping all sharp and pointed objects in a box. Secure any loose wires in the house and also make sure that the outlets are placed securely at a height and even the inventory is placed in closed cabinets.
o Reconsider the location of your plants – Your pets have a habit of destroying the plants in your garden. Especially if they are young or untrained. It would take time to train them not to attack them. Until then, you need to secure your plants in a place they cannot reach.
o Arrange Your Pet’s Space – You will need to allocate a special space for your pet when you bring him home. Whether you put a soft bed in your own bedroom or set up a kennel outside, be sure to complete the procedure before the animal arrives.
o Store Them and Buy Them – Now is the time to stock up on pet supplies. From toys they would need to food and even litter space, you need to bring everything home before that little new member of your family arrives.
o Invest in an Air Purifier – You need a purifier in your home now that you are bringing a pet inside. The air in your home will be affected by the pet and it is very important to keep it better.
Now that your home is fully pet-ready, take some time to prepare yourself and your family. How? ‘Or’ What? Just ask everyone to be calm, patient, and loving towards the animal – and your new adopted member would easily feel at home.