- Lawn Maintenance. First impressions last so remove any droppings from your lawn.
- Neutralize Odors. Litter boxes, training pads, pet beds should be thoroughly cleaned or
temporarily taken out of the house to eliminate any offensive odors.
- Vacuum. Pet hair is unsightly, as are stains, so remember to sweep or vacuum all floors,
rugs and furniture. Professional carpet cleaners may be necessary to fully eradicate any
pungent odors or stains.
- Purify Air. Some would-be buyers may be allergic to pet dander so in addition to vacuuming,
change all air-conditioning filters. Remember, if a potential buyer is hit with an allergy attack
entering your home, odds are they will not stay to see the rest of your home.
- Declutter and Depersonalize. Food bowls, pet toys, beds, crates and medicines should be
stowed out of sight
- Repair Any Damage. If your pet has chewed through your fence or scratched the front door,
repair or replace it so it doesn’t detract from the space.