“No matter what material, style, or color rug you decide on buying you’ll need to take proper care of it, especially since you have pets in the house. Vacuum your rugs regularly and try to have them professionally cleaned once per year to get rid of all the dander and allergens a regular vacuum can’t get.”
We love our pets, and we love our homes.Our floors in particular.
Hard wood and tile floors can be hard to handle on their own, but add a rowdy furry friend to the mix and it’s going to require tons of maintenance.
Buying a pet proof rug (dog proof rugs and cat proof rugs) is something that you need if you have a pet. Forget the cost of having to put pet resistant carpet all over your house, not only does this cost an absolute fortune, there is no need, especially when you can get stain resistant area rugs and pet friendly area rugs that are best rugs for pet owners…