Make the Dog Days Less Dirty

The “dog days” of summer can be hot, sticky and downright dirty when you have pets. Dogs, in particular, track lots of dirt and mud in from the outdoors, so if have a four-legged family member, it can be a struggle to keep your home clean. The first step is to keep your dog clean, says House Beautiful; establish a regular grooming schedule that includes bathing, brushing and professional treatments, if its breed characteristics and coat demand it. A cleaner dog means a cleaner home.

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