10 Easy Pet Cleaning Tips for Seniors
By Victoria Schade
Cleaning up after a pet can be a full-time job. Pet parents must deal with potty training and the accidents that go along with it, as well as wiping muddy paws, toweling rain-soaked fur, and all the pet hair that covers the house during shedding season.
Maintaining a tidy home with a four-footed mess-maker takes work, which can be challenging, especially as you age. If you’re a senior living with a dog or cat, things like reduced vision and smell, as well as balance and mobility issues, can impact your ability to stay ahead of the mess. The following pet cleaning tips can help make tidying up more effective and efficient.