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There are over 4,000 burglaries a day in the United States alone, which almost 70% of correspond to residential burglaries. While this may sound scary (and it is), there’s no reason to live in fear within the walls of your own home. When burglars canvas a neighborhood, they’re looking for a couple of things. One, they want to find an easy target, and two, they want to find a house with items of value. Remember,…

Bringing a dog or cat into your home can be a wonderful thing, not only for the animal, but for us and our families as well. While we might view our homes as a safe and comfortable place, there are many hidden household dangers for pets that you may not even be aware of. Some of these hazards are only dangerous to our pets, while others may be dangerous to our families as well. It’s…

If you have children, your number one priority is their safety. At the same time, you can’t keep them locked up inside all day to protect them from any potential outdoor threats. The ideal outdoor play area for our kids is in the backyard, preferably inside a fence. Unfortunately, not all of us are fortunate enough to have a fenced in backyard, or even a backyard at all. At our last house, you could get…

When it comes to home security and keeping your family safe, it’s important to consider all entry points into your house. One of the easiest entry points that many people don’t consider is through your basement windows. If you live in an apartment or live is an area that has a warm climate all year long, you might not have a basement. If you’re like the rest of us though, you have a sizable chunk…

It doesn’t matter if you live on a quiet street in a small town or out on a country road in the middle of nowhere, burglars are always a real threat, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. My wife and I, along with our two children and pets, happen to live out in the country, with plenty of space between houses and a corn field across the street. While this is great for privacy,…

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could stay home with our dogs instead of going to work? Or if we could take them with us when we go out? Unfortunately, most of us just aren’t able to do that. We have jobs to go to, errands to run. When you first adopt a puppy or adult dog, leaving them alone can be heartbreaking and stressful. What’s going to happen when you’re not there? Last year…

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