Puppy-Proofing Your Home
Are you about to bring home a new puppy? It’s important to prepare your home for the tornado of excitement that’s about to roll through! Learn more here from your Newmarket, ON veterinarian.
Check each room of the house that your puppy will spend time in and take steps to eliminate any hazards. Tape down loose cords and wires; move furniture to thwart any small nooks or spaces that puppies could get stuck in; pick up any items that present a choking hazard; and remove any potential toxins from the area.
Until your puppy gets older and settles down a bit, it’s a good idea to remove any valuable or breakable items from your pup’s path. It’s very easy for rambunctious puppies to knock things off of tables or stands.
Try Dog Gates
Have you considered using dog gates to limit your puppy’s space in the house? It’ll make things a lot easier, since you won’t have to secure as many rooms. Plus, it won’t be as overwhelming for your puppy if he doesn’t have an entire house to acclimate to right away.
Do you have further questions about puppy care? Call your pet clinic Newmarket, ON.