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When you bring a puppy into your home it can be a wonderful time, however, your home can also be a hazard to your little explorer. There are certain precautions you need to take to ensure that your puppy is safe in his new home.

One of the first things you need to do is to make sure that all electrical wires are hidden out of view of your puppy. Being that they will be teething Puppies are looking for things to chew. Both to soothe their gums and to try out their new teeth.

Electrical wires are a puppy’s worst enemy. In addition, you want to make sure that the puppy cannot chew on any of your expensive furniture. When you are cooking, keep him out of the kitchen, more accidents happen this way.

If you have a front loader washer or dryer keep him out of the laundry room. This might sound funny and farfetched but it happens more than you realize. Keep your puppy out of the bathroom, more dogs drown this way. If you are using an iron, do not leave it unattended.

Keep drawstrings for curtains and blinds out of your puppies reach. The same goes for any plant that may or may not be toxic to your dog. The last thing that you can do is simply put yourself at your puppies’ level. By doing this, you may find something that you would have missed such as a pen top or button. These are just a few of the simple tips you can do to ensure that your new addition to your family will be around for several years to come. When you bring a puppy into your home it can be a wonderful time, however, your home can also be a hazard to your little explorer. There are certain precautions you need to take to ensure that your puppy is safe in his new home.

One of the first things you need to do is to make sure that all electrical wires are hidden out of view of your puppy. Being that they will be teething Puppies are looking for things to chew. Both to soothe their gums and to try out their new teeth.

Electrical wires are a puppy’s worst enemy. In addition, you want to make sure that the puppy cannot chew on any of your expensive furniture. When you are cooking, keep him out of the kitchen, more accidents happen this way.

If you have a front loader washer or dryer keep him out of the laundry room. This might sound funny and farfetched but it happens more than you realize. Keep your puppy out of the bathroom, more dogs drown this way. If you are using an iron, do not leave it unattended.

Keep drawstrings for curtains and blinds out of your puppies reach. The same goes for any plant that may or may not be toxic to your dog. The last thing that you can do is simply put yourself at your puppies’ level. By doing this, you may find something that you would have missed such as a pen top or button. These are just a few of the simple tips you can do to ensure that your new addition to your family will be around for several years to come

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