Pet-proofing the house may seem like a simple feat, but there are some things that can be easy to overlook. Things like clothes, house plants, and air vents can all pose a bigger threat to animals than you may think. Read on for tips on making the home as safe as it can possibly be for pets.
Make Sure Air Vents Are Covered
Air vents that are low to the ground or on the floor can be easy for your pets to reach. While they may seem relatively harmless, the problem is that claws can easily get stuck in them.
Smaller animals can even get a paw jammed into the vent. That’s why it’s a good idea to get vent covers that block your pet from getting something stuck. Plus, it helps prevent dander and fur from slipping into the vent and blowing all over the house.