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Dog Parents Keep Your Home Rodent Free

Many people don't realize that having a dog in their home can actually attract mice and other rodents. Unlike cats, that typically repel rodents, dogs have a tendency to attract them. If you have a dog and are concerned about rodents, there are a few things you can do to minimize the risk of infestation.

First, be sure to keep your dog's food and water in sealed containers. Secondly, make sure to regularly sweep and vacuum your floors to remove any crumbs or other food sources that might attract rodents. Finally, consider using dog safe mouse traps or poison baits in strategic locations around your home.

By taking these simple precautions, you can help to keep your home rodent-free.

Consider dog safe rat and mouse traps

Before putting poison traps out, look for products that are dog safe. The following is a great option to consider when purchasing mouse traps in your dog house.

How often should you groom your house and dog?

This is a question that many dog owners ask, and there is no definitive answer. Some experts recommend grooming your dog at least once a month, while others suggest grooming your dog every two weeks. The best answer may depend on your dog's individual coat type and how much shedding your dog does. If you are unsure how often to groom your dog, ask your veterinarian or groomer for guidance.

Keep your home groomed, too. Regular cleaning (don't leave food and clutter out) and never leave food out. Your dog's food and treats must be sealed. If your dog doesn't clean all of yours or their crumbs from the ground, keep clean. Rodents love crumbs.

Keep your dog's food and water in sealed containers

If you have a dog and want to keep your home rodent-free, it's important to keep your dog's food and water in sealed containers. This will prevent rodents from getting into the food and water and contaminating them. Additionally, it's a good idea to keep your dog's bedding and toys in sealed containers as well. This will help to keep your home clean and free of rodents.

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