The sun is brighter, the weather is warmer and baby birds are chirping away! Spring is about to be among us, and we all know what that means: It’s time to clean!

The natural instinct to clean and prepare our homes for warmer months full of entertaining, celebrating and fun happens every year. This year on March 20th, Spring will officially be here!

Your pup will be full of excitement and beg to spend more time outside. While you’re breaking out your tank-tops, pastels and dusting the salt off your boots, remember that your cleaning urge can impact your dog.

Curious as to how to safely clean your home with a dog? There are actually quite a few common cleaning products that we use on a daily basis that are harmful to dogs.

Dog Sitting Next To Dresser

Harmful cleaning chemicals

  • Bleach
  • Ammonia
  • Chlorine
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Phthalates
  • Glycol ethers
  • Formaldehyde

Although this list includes quite a few items you may use on a regular basis, don’t get nervous! Amazon and stores like Wal-Mart and Target have plenty of pet-safe cleaning products. Here are just a few to check out.

Lineup Of Different Cleaning Chemicals

Safe cleaning products

Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent

Not only will your clothes smell fresh and clean, this detergent is natural and great for sensitive skin. Made with plant-based ingredients, this detergent is Fido approved.

Method Liquid Floor Cleaner

Another plant-based floor cleaner that won’t harm your pet! This floor cleaner has a light scent and won’t harm your pet if it gets on their paws while you’re cleaning.

Biokleen Natural Carpet Cleaner

Not only is this product safe for your pet, but it’s safe for kids as well. You can shampoo the carpet in your home without worrying about toxic chemicals and ingredients.

Puracy Pet Stain Remover

With a fresh cucumber and mint scent, Puracy Pet Stain Remover will safely get rid of urine smells and spots in your home. Another bonus, this company is certified cruelty-free!

With these products, you are ready to safely clean your home. For more pet safety information visit our blog at Happy cleaning!