Midtown Cape Coral Apartments in Cape Coral, FL (239) 558-1294
2310 Southwest 17th Place
Cape Coral, FL 33991
(239) 558-1294 (P)
(239) 558-1294 (P) (239) 558-1294 (P)
Office Hours:
Sunday: Closed
Monday-Friday: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed

Community tours are welcome on Saturday by appointment.

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Apartments in Cape Coral

Midtown is a luxury community offering one and two bedroom apartments for rent in Cape Coral. Enjoy elegant amenities and a premier location in addition to living in a pet-friendly community. We are ready to welcome you and your pets home to Midtown! Be sure that you prepare your pet for the fall with these tips.

When the seasons change, it can trigger allergies in your pets. Some of the signs you need to look for are skin rashes, sneezing, excessive scratching, and even strong odors from your pet’s ears. While allergies are usually unavoidable, routine checks from the vet are important for preventative care. If there is a sudden change in your pet’s coat, nails, or skin, notify your vet for treatment advice. It’s also important to continue your pet’s preventative tick and flea medication routine throughout the fall and winter as a precaution.

During the summer break, pets may be used to having kids around most days and getting more attention. When school is back in session, it’s possible that your pet may experience separation anxiety. Help make the adjustment in your pet’s routine easier by hiring a pet sitter or walker to spend time with your pet during the day. Another aspect of back-to-school season is school supply shopping. Make sure all supplies that are toxic or potential choking hazards are securely stored out of your pet’s reach.

Autumn is the beginning of the holiday season. This usually requires traveling to be with friends and family. Do your research to see if your pet can join you on your travels. This will usually depend on what form of transportation you use. If your pet can’t come along, prepare it for boarding.

Food is another potential hazard to look out for during the holiday season. Do not feed your dogs or cats scraps of food from your Thanksgiving meal. This includes foods like desserts, candies, fatty meat and trimmings, bones, gravies, and seasoned side dishes. When passing out chocolate candy for Halloween, make sure that the candy bowl is closely monitored. However, it is safe for pets to eat raw or canned pumpkin as a tasty treat!

Come home to the luxury of our apartments in Cape Coral. Schedule a visit to Midtown today!

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