With only a few days until we welcome the new year, it’s time to reflect on what we’ve learned in 2020. As we make wishes and set our goals for 2021, let’s take stock of the articles we’ve read from Pet Up, exploring topics such as animal care, house cleaning, hygiene recommendations, and ways to communicate with our pets.
Below, we’ve rounded up the most-read articles from Pet Up in 2020:
The Importance of Choosing a Vacuum Cleaner for Pet Owners
If you have a pet at home, you’re familiar with the problem of shedding hair. It gets everywhere and can be especially problematic if you suffer from allergies, asthma, or breathing difficulties. Choosing the right vacuum cleaner can make all the difference. Find out how by reading our article.
Simple Changes You Can Make at Home for a Healthier, Happier Winter
During the winter season, we tend to spend more time indoors. To ensure that our homes are healthy and peaceful living spaces, it’s important to make some simple changes to improve our indoor air quality. Learn more in our article.
9 Tips for Dealing with Pet Hair in Your Home
Pet hair can be a real problem, sticking to carpets and fabrics and causing allergies. But there are ways to effectively deal with it. Find out how in our article.
Tips to Improve Indoor Air Quality in Winter
As we spend more time indoors during the winter months, it’s important to create a clean, peaceful environment and improve indoor air quality. Learn how to do this in our article.
Touching up Your Home: Tips for Making Fresh Changes in Winter
Winter can be a gloomy and quiet season, but making some small changes to the atmosphere of your home can add some energy and give it a fresh feel. Discover some amazing tips in our article.
The Most Common Movements of Cats and Their Meanings
While cats are known to be less expressive than dogs, their movements and actions do have meaning. Want to know what your cat is trying to tell you? Discover the most common movements of cats in our article.
Dogs that Look Like Their Owners: A Myth or Reality?
Have you ever noticed that dogs and their owners sometimes seem to resemble each other? A scientific study explores this