Pampered Pups: Home Features Dogs (and Their Owners) Will Love

Jane Douglass June 2, 2017

Every dog owner wants their home to be a safe, entertaining, and happy place for their pet. But the space should also be a clean, well-organized dwelling for the human inhabitants.

Here are some handy ideas for boosting your home’s pet-friendly qualities.

Get it together

Keep all the necessities — toys, leashes, and treats — close at hand with this clever DIY customized catch-all.

Setting up Spot’s spot

What pooch wouldn’t want a safe space of her own to curl up for a snooze while her humans are away?

Photo courtesy of CTA Builds

Lookin’ good

Got a nosy pup? Install Pet Peek and he can keep an eye on the neighborhood from the comfort of his own yard.

Pet Peek, Amazon, $36

Eat ’em up

A built-in elevate feeding station keeps food and water dishes from sliding around the floor - and looks tidy, too.

Photo courtesy of Model Remodel

Squeaky clean

Trips to the groomer are a thing of the past when you have your own washing station at home. Built-in stairs let older dogs get to their bath safely and comfortably.

Photo courtesy of S.J. Janis Company Inc.

The ultimate in freedom

Plexidor’s automatic dog door only opens when it receives a signal from a transmitter on your pet’s collar - so Buddy can get in, but curious squirrels, raccoons and neighborhood cats can’t.

Plexidor Pet Doors, $1,785

And while every dog has his day, some cats have it pretty good, too.


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