Quiz: Pet Damage Quiz: Fix or Replace?
Pet Damage Quiz: Fix or Replace?
By: Staff
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About This Quiz

Pets can do a lot of damage to your home. And you might think a few quick fixes are fine. But not always -- some pet damage can't be easily covered up. Take our quiz to see if you know if you know what kind you should fix or replace.

1.0 of 20
Your puppy left a urine stain on the floor trim. Fix or replace?
2.0 of 20
Your dog's paws left scratches on your hardwood floors. Fix or replace?
3.0 of 20
True or False: Pet odors can live for years in drywall, even if it has been painted over.
4.0 of 20
The cabinet door where you keep your pet's treats is scratched up. Fix or replace?
5.0 of 20
Your fish tank leaked and caused a watermark on the wall. Fix or replace?
6.0 of 20
True or False: A urine stain on the carpet can be fixed with a simple stain remover.
7.0 of 20
Your pet's hair is clogging your air conditioner unit. Fix or replace?
8.0 of 20
Your dog likes to dig in one area of your garden. Should you continue fixing his damage or remove the plant and replace it with a new one?
9.0 of 20
True or False: Before selling your home, you should check that any flooring stains have not damaged the subfloor.
10.0 of 20
All of your home's doors have chewing damage on the bottom corners. Fix or replace?
11.0 of 20
True or False: Any wall damage from a pet can be easily fixed with Spackle and paint.
12.0 of 20
Your pet brought fleas into your home and they're now living in the carpet. Fix or replace?
13.0 of 20
Your dog enjoys chewing on the threshold to the front door. Fix or replace?
14.0 of 20
True or False: Heating ducts can become clogged with pet hair and ruin your heating system.
15.0 of 20
Your cat has scratched completely through the window screen. Fix or replace?
16.0 of 20
True or False: All pet odors will leave your home when you move your furniture out.
17.0 of 20
Your cat throws up regularly in one corner of the room, which has caused a stain on the trim piece. Fix or replace?
18.0 of 20
You found cat urine on your wood coffee table. Fix or replace?
19.0 of 20
Your dog chewed up the trim at the bottom of your front porch. Fix or replace?
20.0 of 20
True or False: Dogs are the only pets that cause major chewing damage.
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