This Web Story will discuss tips to keep your dog safe around a Christmas tree this holiday season.
When choosing a Christmas tree, it is important to choose one that is the right size for your home and your dog. A tree that is too tall or too full could be a safety hazard for your dog.
Once you have chosen a tree, it is important to secure it in a stand that is sturdy enough to hold it upright. You should also anchor the tree to the wall to prevent it from tipping over.
Be sure to keep the tree away from sharp objects, such as ornaments with metal hooks or glass balls. These objects could injure your dog if they are knocked over.
Choose ornaments that are non-toxic in case your dog decides to chew on them. Avoid ornaments that contain lead or other harmful substances.
It is important to supervise your dog around the Christmas tree at all times. This will help to prevent accidents from happening.
Once the holidays are over, it is important to take down the Christmas tree and put it away. This will help to prevent your dog from chewing on it or getting injured by the needles.