Chances are that if you’re adopting a new cat, you want everything to be just right for your new furry friend. From food choices to scratching posts, you have many different choices to make and it can all feel overwhelming!
If you're a cat lover, then you know that one of the downsides of having a feline friend is dealing with the litter box. While cats are relatively clean animals, cat urine and waste can produce an unpleasant odor that can be tough to get rid of.
If you're looking for ways to control the litter box smell in your home, check out these top tips.
Being a pet parent certainly comes with a lot of perks—a best friend for life, a constant snuggle buddy, and all the unconditional love and affection you can handle. But these perks don’t come without a lot of responsibility, too.
Being a great pet mom or dad takes work, and it’s totally worth it. But, why not make life a little easier (or cleaner, or smelling a little more fresh, or just save a few bucks) with these 8 brilliant life hacks for pet owners!
Anyone that's had the joy of sharing their heart and home with a cat knows that few things get you to your feet faster than the familiar retch and gag of a kitty that's about to cough up a mess on your fresh, clean carpets.
If you have a cat, chances are you've had to clean up after one of these messes more than a time or two. While it can be an unpleasant task, it doesn't have to be a difficult one. With the right products and techniques, you can effectively (and permanently) clean up from carpets, rugs, furniture, beds, and upholstery with ease.
Pet owners know that pet messes can be frustrating, especially if they’re on Berber carpeting. For many, pet urine is the worst of all messes because seeps into the tightly-woven fibers of carpets and rugs, making it difficult to clean.
The good news is that you don't have to live with a smelly urine stain on your Berber carpets anymore! Unique Pet Care's Advanced Dog and Advanced Cat stain and odor removers are made using a proprietary blend of powerful probiotics, enzymes, and surfactants that prove it's not necessary to use harsh chemicals or caustics to keep your carpets fresh and clean.
Did you know that many of the common household items you use around your home could be harming your pet?
While certain obvious chemical products might be clearly off limits, it’s difficult to keep track of all the hidden, dangerous substances in household products these days, some of which can be in your dog or cat’s food!
When you open your heart to a small animal pet, you’re opening your home to big animal smells and stains. Many new small animal owners are surprised at just how big a mess their little loves can make.
If your guinea pig pen, hamster habitat, bunny hutch, lizard lair, bird cage, turtle tank, or chicken coop is starting to smell a little funky, it’s essential that their cozy new digs be kept clean. Not only is it necessary for their health and well-being, but it's crucial for keeping your home free of unpleasant stains and odors, too.