This is the story of how curiosity got more than your cat:
Introduction: Every Dog Has Its Day
Sometimes it’s hard to say no to those mopey eyes, but don’t forget how you will feel in the morning if you let a restless pet sleep in your room. If you can’t bear to kick your pet out, try the SleepPhones to keep out unwanted barks and meows.
Chapter One: Look What the Cat Dragged In...
Hair and pet dander are facts of life when owning a pet. Keep unsanitary matter out of your machine by adding a bacteria filter to your set up. Adding certain foods to your pet’s diet may also help cut down on the dander and shedding.
Chapter Two: My Biggest Pet Peeve
Chewed homework might be a thing of the past, but even for cat owners, tubing and masks may still be at risk. Keep extras on hand or use a SnuggleHose to protect tubing and make it look less appetizing.
Conclusion: Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
• As cute as they are, pets can be smelly. If your pet is polluting your CPAP air, try an aromatherapy sample pack.
• If your pet looks forward to an early feed time, adjust their feeding schedule to prevent them from waking you up.
• Select a system that won’t turn off with the push of a paw or use the auto on/off feature so your pet can’t shut off the power.
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