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Kat Alves Photography
Soda Spring Residence
carpeting, opt for untreated 100 percent wool and have it installed using a tack-down method rather than glue. • Seal existing carpet using AFM Safecoat’s SafeChoice Lock Out, which keeps chemicals from off-gassing
carpeting, which off-gases chemicals and harbors toxins and pollutants, is the healthiest thing you can do in your bedroom. Hardwood, natural linoleum and cork are all great alternatives. A few things
problem for pets, so can plants in the garden. There are any number of plants that can cause problems; for some of the most common ones, see the Houzz guide, 22 Plants to Keep Away From Pets.Compost, cocoa-based mulches, pesticides, insecticides, fertilizers and other garden chemicals can all cause problems
problems for pets. Your first line of defense is keeping things stored away safely and out of reach.
Bruce Bierman Design
Fire Island Residence - Long Island
comes to pet danger. But to be on the safe side, keep jewelry, hair clips, pins and bands away from exploring pets. One potential serious hazard, though, is mothballs. They’re toxic, so if you use them, be sure they’re in a place your pet absolutely can’t reach.
Caden Design Group
Master Bath and Bedroom Shelving
keep pets out of your bedroom. they track dust and dander and shed it around your house. Dyson grooming tools vacuums the animal.
Keep pets out of the bedroom. Sorry, but it’s best to keep animals out of your bedroom and especially off your bed. Dogs and cats tend to track in lots of dust and dander from the outdoors and shed it around your house. You might want to also consider vacuuming your dog often with special appliances
Core Development Group, Inc.
painting of pet
pet pop art...Pet pic
Michael Kelley Photography
Malibu Lake Residence
pet food...area for pet food...pet dish alcove
Pool with Mosaic Wall and Fountain
trouble if pets drink from pools and spas, but there are other dangers as well. Even if pets can swim, they can still drown in pools and spas if they can’t get out. Long, low steps may help, but your best approach is to keep pets away from the water, either with covers or fencing or by keeping them inside