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Daytona apartments can be the perfect place for both you and your pets to live harmoniously together; as many of them are pet friendly. As a fellow pet owner I know how important it is that we keep our pets happy and healthy. Keep in mind that each kind of pet is going to require their own particular maintenance as far as Daytona apartment living goes. A majority of the time keeping your pet happy in your new apartment doesn’t have to be an intense struggle or cost you a ton of money; however, you may have to invest a small initial amount on different items. Some of these items you might even already own, if not the price is definitely a small amount to pay to keep your pet happy!
One of the most common apartment pets are cats. They’re small, don’t require going outdoors, and don’t tend to make much noise; which makes them perfect companion pets for Daytona apartment living. Keeping a cat happy in your apartment doesn’t require much effort. They usually don’t need too much space to roam around so leaving doors open for them isn’t really a necessity. To save your pet from boredom and keep them happy in the long run consider investing in a scratching post and perhaps some cheap toys for your cat to play with. You can even put a little bit of catnip in a tied up sock, and your cat will go crazy for it! Make sure you keep their litter box clean which will keep them and your nose happy. One of the most important things to make sure you do to keep your cat happy is to make sure you always give them plenty of love and affection.
Dogs are another popular pet amongst Daytona apartments. Remember to check with your apartment manager on their dog policy; many apartments will have restrictions in place regarding size and breed. If your dog’s allowed to live amongst you in your Daytona apartment then taking care is the next important step on your list. Generally, dogs need more room to roam then other animals. When you’re not there consider keeping as many doors in the apartment open as you can so they have ample space to roam. A bin of toys your dog can access while you’re away at work, running errands, or out with friends is always a good idea. Chew toys and bones are great for keeping dogs occupied and happy. Another important key in keeping your dog happy in your Daytona apartment is making sure you exercise them frequently. An exercised dog is a happy and healthy dog! As you would with any other pet, make sure to shower them in love and affection, I know they will return the favor!
Any other small pets that you may acquire whilst living in your Daytona apartment such as birds, hamsters, fish, and reptiles can be kept happy the same way you would keep them happy in any other environment. None of these small animals need much room to roam so apartment life is extremely easy going for them. Keep them well fed, clean, and loved, and they should be good to go!