Puppy-Proof Your House


Puppies are curious and playful creatures, and they can get into all sorts of trouble if your house is not puppy-proofed.


Once you have removed the hazards, you can childproof your house to make it even safer for your puppy. This includes things like:Putting gates at the top and bottom of stairs.


 The best way to keep your puppy safe is to train them. This includes teaching them to stay away from certain areas and to obey commands like "drop it" and "leave it."


Puppy-proofing your house takes time and patience. Be consistent with your training and your puppy will eventually learn what is and is not allowed.


Even if you have puppy-proofed your house, it is important to supervise your puppy at all times. This will help to prevent accidents and injuries.

Be preapared

Even the best-trained puppies have accidents. Be prepared by having a supply of paper towels and cleaning supplies on hand.

Don't give up

Puppy-proofing your house can be a challenge, but it is worth it to keep your puppy safe. Don't give up if you have a few accidents along the way.

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