Making certain changes to your home may well help it to be far more dog friendly. However, it is not just your pet and your home that will benefit from making such changes, but also potentially your wallet too.
For instance, a wooden floor may be surprisingly good for those with pets. It may seem as though such floors will be easily damaged by a pet, but in reality not only are they likely to be just as robust as any other solution, if not more so, but it will also be far cheaper to change small sections of a laminate floor than it will be to try to remedy a frayed or torn carpet. Furthermore, a wooden floor will stop hair and dirt being trapped and make it far easier to clean up any mess ensuring that your home is healthier for both your family and your pet.
There are also plenty of toys and pet beds that are likely to make your home far more appealing for your dog. Whilst many of these dog accessories will be available online, you do not have to buy the most expensive and instead you may well find it more suitable and cheaper to modify such dog accessories after you have bought them, not just to save money but also to ensure that they are right for your own unique dog.
Protecting furniture is important. Not only should you cover couches, but also try to offer your pets plenty of places to rub or scratch so they do not ruin your furniture.
Finally, make sure you offer your pet the right dog nutrition. Balanced and healthy dog nutrition served in the right place at the right times will make your dog far less erratic, better behaved and healthier, saving you money not only on damage to the home but also on many vets bills over the years too.