How to Puppy Proof Your Home

One of the most important things you can do before bringing your new puppy home is to “puppy proof” the area.  That means making preparations for your new pet to arrive.   You’d be surprised at how dangerous a new home can be to a small pet like a puppy.  Just think as if you are having a baby.  In effect, you are.

Some of the things to take note of are leaving certain canisters out like repellants or medications.  Store these away in impossible to reach places.   You’ll also want to have a crate prepared for your puppy.   In addition make sure the space they’ll be in is comfortable.

Do the best you can to create a welcoming environment for your pet.  This video will take you through all the necessary steps.


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