A family needs help creating a multi-functional space for the bunnies, ferrets, cats and dogs that have taken over their home. Antonio designs elaborate hatches, ramps and tunnels allowing the animals to be in the same room, but remain safely separated.
With their home doubling as a rescue for dozens of parrots, the Brewer family needs Antonio's help. Antonio helps the family reclaim their kitchen and dining room; and builds a huge geodesic dome to give these colorful birds space to spread their wings.
A family needs to make their mountain cabin safer for Chickie, a blind senior dog. Antonio and team build a Japanese-inspired indoor dog lounge to excite Chickie's other senses. Customization is used to safely navigate her through the home and outdoors.
The Seattle Seahawks' Turf, their "wildlife control officer," is a working dog with messy habits, so his owners have their laundry room turned into a fully operational doggy spa, while the backyard is transformed into a football-theme doggy paradise.
A cluttered basement housing more than 20 rescued reptiles, mammals and birds is transformed into an underground grotto featuring artificial rock walls for the residents and an entertainment space everyone can use.
Antonio and the team transform a health-hazard yard into a dog-friendly escape, complete with paw-operated drinking fountain and medicinal plants. Inside, a bathroom is transformed into a dog wash, and a drool-proof feeding station solves a sticky problem.
A series showcasing innovative, stylish and functional spaces for pets and their owners begins with a cats-only tree house that's connected by a suspension bridge to a redesigned family room where a cat can play with its 10-year-old owner.