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Are you ready for Spring?

Get a head start on Spring cleaning your pets area!
Basic tips from DiorABelle’s mommy!
  • Gather items for donation.
  • Evaluate all toys and chews. Discard any broken unusable toys.
  • Check food storage area. Discard any outdated food/treats.
  • Deep clean pet bowls, fountains, placemats, litter boxes, potty areas.
  • Wash blankets and bedding, thoroughly air out anything that cannot be washed.
  • Start a regular Spring/Summer grooming routine.
  • Talk with veterinarian about the importance of flea and tick prevention in the home.
  • Always use pet friendly cleaning products.
  • Enjoy your time outdoors with your little buddies!

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