In fact, some communities are using pet-friendly features to bring in new residents. Spending time with pets is very important to families, retirees, and the biggest generation (and future buyers) America has seen yet – millennials.
Dog park networks, twilight group walks, ground level fountains and doggy-bag stations are just a few of the trends that build friendships and communities–the very foundations of a good neighborhood. And simple additions like artificial turf play areas and self-service dog-washing stations are paying off in more renters and owners.
There are also the high-end services that catch the eyes (and paws) of customers–dog walkers, webcams, spas and vet transports are just a few. By the end of 2014, pet owners will have spent nearly $5 billion on their “fur kids.” Not surprisingly, they are willing to spend some of that money on pet home features too.
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