Moving in with a roommate can be tricky as it is, let alone trying to introduce a new pet at the same time. When cats and dogs (or cats and cats and dogs and dogs) first move in together, the relationship can…
If you're living in a compact space with your furry friend, or you're considering adopting a dog while living in a little studio or one-bedroom place, here are some important tips for keeping dogs content in your apartment. Video is included!
Getting ready to move into your first apartment can be incredibly intimidating; renting an apartment is a pretty big deal. There are a LOT of things to consider. When it's your first time, there can be enough new information to make your head spin. Here are the important things to think about BEFORE you start your apartment-hunting process. This list can save you from making some costly mistakes.
Bringing a new pet into your home is both a challenging and rewarding experience that can be made easier if you prepare yourself first for what to expect. Now that you’ve picked out your pet, whether it’s a dog, cat or something more exotic, and you’ve made the appointment to pick up your furry friend, arm yourself with knowledge of what to do before and after so you’ll become the best pet parent ever.
When it comes to apartment hunting, you might think you want the highest floor and the best view, or to be away from the noise of residents coming and going or talking outside. You may also estimate that you’ll be safer from the risk of theft. For these reasons, first-floor apartments tend to get a bad reputation. But is it really justified? There are actually many benefits to renting a ground floor apartment!