Renter’s Advice and Resources

Changing residences, especially moving to a new state, boggles your mind with important considerations. The quality of schools, weather, cost of living, transportation options, etc. all need analysis to fit the most needs possible.

Cassie Damewood

 · Mar 5, 2020

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Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, as do the behavioral problems and learning curves that come with them. This is especially true for first-time dog owners, who might not know exactly what to expect when it comes to their dog’s development.

Amanda Ray

 · Mar 22, 2018

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When your pet is part of the family, it’s important to make your home safe and comfortable for them. When that home is an apartment, you’ll also have to learn how to avoid getting dinged with big cleaning and repair bills. As long as you make an effort to keep your space in good shape, […]

Beth Fitzjarrald

 · Aug 3, 2017

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Dog training takes time, patience and consistency. Both puppies and adult dogs alike must be taught proper behavior for living indoors as well as how to interact with neighbors. In an apartment, neighbors are even closer together, making it essential that your dog is very well trained and will not bite or annoy your neighbors. […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 30, 2010

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When you get your puppy, you should start dog training with him immediately. In an apartment setting you have to be even more careful with your possessions. Teaching your dog manners like staying off the furniture is a good place to start. Here are some manners to teach your puppy. 1. Chewing Problems Puppies chew […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 28, 2010

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Dog kennels can be helpful if you need to confine your dog to one area while you’re at work or away from your apartment for several hours. You don’t want to abuse your use of it, but with the right balance and training, your dog will gladly go into the crate when you’re ready to […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 23, 2010

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Working from home with a dog can be joyful and a dog is great to have around to alleviate stress. That’s unless your dog barks all the time or demands all of your attention, making it impossible for you to get work done. There are ways to keep your dog quiet and busy when working […]

Staff Writer

 · Jun 9, 2010

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