By Phifer Mosquito Screens
Here are some guidelines for pet owners :
Ensure that the mosquito screens are made of pet-safe materials. Some screens might contain chemicals that could be harmful to pets if they chew on, so be wise enough to choose a safe net for your pet.
Ensure the screens are properly installed and securely attached to the windows and doors. This prevents pets from accidentally pushing or scratching through the screens and potentially escaping or injuring themselves.
Supervise outdoor access: If you have a pet door or a screen door with a pet flap, supervise your pet's access to the outdoors to prevent them from bringing pests like ticks and fleas inside
Pet training: Train your pets to respect the screens and not scratch or chew on them.
Regular cleaning: Keep the screens clean from pet hair, dander, and other debris. Regularly clean the screens to maintain their effectiveness and prevent the accumulation of allergens.
Opt for pet-proof screens: Consider using more durable and pet-proof screen materials like pet-resistant mesh. These screens are designed to withstand pet-related wear and tear better than standard screens.