Who knew there was dog etiquette when it comes to selling your home? You already knew that you can’t be there when potential homebuyers check out your home, but etiquette says your dog shouldn’t be, either. Showings happen consistently – some are scheduled more last-minute than others – so it wouldn’t hurt to have a dog walker or doggy day care on stand-by. The tips in this infographic will walk you through the other areas of the selling process you might not have thought of, leaving you to dream about your new San Francisco home.
That dream will soon become a reality, leaving you and your pooch to explore San Francisco together. Go for a bay cruise with Blue & Gold Fleet, where you’ll get a unique view of the bridges and Alcatraz, or get some energy out in one of the four off-leash areas in Golden Gate Park. After all that exploration, stop in at dog-friendly North Beach Restaurant for some delicious food and to plan out your next adventure.
Infographic by DogEtiquette.info
For more information:
1.Visit wagwalking.com to find a place to board your dog.
2.Visit thebalancesmb.com for expectations on scheduling showings.
3.Visit bhg.com for advice on decluttering.
4.Visit getridofthings.com for tips on eliminating pet odors.
5.Visit realtor.com to learn more about what you should discuss with your real estate agent.
The entire moving and selling process can be a bit overwhelming at times, but it’s nothing a little doggy snuggle can’t cure. You’ll be settled into your new home before you can say, “Who wants a treat?”