Safeguard your home by removing hazards and ensuring it's pet-friendly. Protect your pet from potential dangers.
Maintain secure fencing to prevent your dog from wandering off. Regularly inspect and repair any gaps or weaknesses.
Ensure your pet has proper identification, such as a collar with an ID tag and a microchip, in case they get lost.
Supervise your pet during playtime, especially with toys that have small parts that could be swallowed.
Pet-proof your outdoor area by removing toxic plants, chemicals, and securing trash cans to prevent access.
Have an emergency plan in place for your pet, including a pet first-aid kit and knowledge of nearby pet-friendly shelters.
Administer medications as directed by your veterinarian. Ensure they are stored safely out of your pet's reach.