How to Puppy-Proof Your House 

Remove Dangers

Get rid of anything that could harm your puppy, such as electrical cords, medications, and trash.

Block Access

Block off areas of your house that you don't want your puppy to access, such as the kitchen and the basement.

Use Gates

Use gates and barriers to keep your puppy out of certain areas, such as the stairs and the front door.

Supervise Your Puppy

Always supervise your puppy when they're in your house, even if you think they're safe.

Provide Toys

Give your puppy plenty of toys to chew on to keep them occupied and prevent them from chewing on furniture or other objects.

Train Your Puppy 

Train your puppy basic commands, such as "sit" and "stay," to help them learn to behave.

Be Patient 

It takes time and patience to puppy-proof your house and train your puppy. Don't get discouraged if you don't see results immediately.

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