Renter’s Advice and Resources

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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Pet grooming is one more aspect of life that you can turn into an eco-friendly way of living. With a wide variety of eco-friendly options on the market today, it is much easier to find a great natural and organic way to groom your pet. Choosing an Eco-friendly Shampoo or Conditioner Look for organic dog […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 13, 2010

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You and your older dog have been together for a long time, and now that he’s a senior, his needs may have changed. Senior dogs often need specialized diets, exercise regimes, grooming and dental care. If your dog has special medical considerations, ask your veterinarian if he suggests any medications, treatments or food for your […]

Staff Writer

 · Jun 29, 2010

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Pet safety can often be overlooked in the excitement of becoming a first-time pet owner. However, your pet’s safety in your apartment is an essential element to ensure his, your own and your neighbor’s well-being. The following are some pet safety guidelines that should be considered. Beware the Balcony While you may enjoy sitting outside […]

Staff Writer

 · Jun 4, 2010

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As a pet owner, you understand that your dog will cause the occasional accident around the house. But, you also worked hard for that suede sofa sectional and that grand oak dining room set. Your goal is to protect your furniture from the chewing that your beloved dog is notorious for. Being a dog owner does not mean you have […]

Staff Writer

 · Nov 23, 2009

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It is absolutely possible to have a dog in an apartment, as long as you are cautious when choosing the breed. Here is a list of 5 dogs for a small apartment based on size and temperament: 1. Pug (~15-20 lbs) These dogs are small, however don’t mistake that for fragile. They are a sturdy […]

Staff Writer

 · Aug 15, 2009

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Finding pet friendly rentals is a must for animal lovers who rent. Since finding the right pet friendly condo or apartment that also meets your other needs can take a little extra effort, you want to be sure to follow the rules so you can stay there a long time. Most pet friendly apartments and […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 30, 2009

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As the temperature drops, it’s easy to get caught up in the demands of the new year and forget about the needs of our most important non-human friends, our pets. City pets face special challenges in winter, but it’s easy to avoid problems with a little consideration and extra preparation. Read on for our top ten tips for keeping your pet safe in the winter.

aptsherpa

 · Jan 15, 2007

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They wait patiently for you to come home so they can shower you with love. You feed them; watch over them, and when they’re sick you take care of them like your own child. Why wouldn’t you make sure that they’re safe during the hot days of summer? Here are the top ten pet safety tips for the summer.

aptsherpa

 · Mar 22, 2006

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