Natural Cleaning Tips For Dog Parents
Did you know the harsh chemicals used in everyday cleaners can be harmful to your pooch? In fact, cats and dogs are susceptible to toxicity at even lower levels than we humans are, given the size of their little bodies. The sad reality: The ASPCA reports that household chemical cleaners contribute to tens of thousands of pet deaths each year. Ammonia, chlorine, glycol ethers, and quaternary ammonium compounds are just a few of the culprits.
That’s why Simply Self Storage put together this list of simple recipes for natural household cleaners that actually work. The best part? Most of them can be made quickly, using ingredients that are likely already in your home.
So the next time your pup has an accident or tracks mud in the house, use one of these concoctions to clean up the mess—safely and naturally!