7 Brilliant Ways to Incorporate Your Pet’s Needs Into Your Home
Are you a cat person? Or are you a dog person? Perhaps you have a menagerie at your house. No matter your pet situation, there are different precautions that pet owners need to take to make sure their pets are happy, healthy, and safe. Here are a few forward-thinking ideas to transform your house into a haven for your furry friends:
SureFlap offers three types of pet doors to accommodate different sizes of pets. Triggered by a microchip that is worn by the pet, the flap opens to allow the pet entry into the house. It’s a safer, 21st Century version of the dog door.
While Bloq is called a “pet-friendly storage unit,” it is probably more accurate to call it a side table or nightstand. The bottom of the shelf is a pet bed and the top contains a wide drawer.
This cat-proofing system prevents your cats from climbing and escaping from the backyard or frontyard fence in a way that is safe and effective. There are no distributors in Canada, however Oscillot ships worldwide and offers a do-it-yourself option.
Dog-Proof Cat Feeding Station
If you’re a family that has at least one dog and cat, you know all too well the struggle that can ensue at feeding time. This feeding station creates a safe space for your cat to dine without having to fend off the dog.
ei2 Artist Edition Steel Pet Home
If you have some extra cash to spend on a super stylish pet home that also looks a bit like the Death Star, the ei2 is for you. The ei2 does not have a door, so it’s not a pet crate… but it can double as modern art in your home.
50-Litre Semi Round Step Can
Keep your pets out of the garbage with this locking kitchen garbage can. That’s it– it’s just a garbage can that locks so that pets (and children) can’t get into it. Sometimes the best solutions are also the easiest ones.
Chew Leg Cover
The Chew Leg Cover fits over chair legs and acts as a hard rubber chew toy for teething puppies while protecting your dining room chairs.