How To Puppy Proof Your Home

Family Pooch - Puppy Proof

Having a new puppy at home is a wonderful experience. But if you are not careful, having a puppy at home can be big trouble. Your puppy can easily destroy your home if you don't know how to puppy proof your home. Dogs are very intelligent animals. But they are also very curious. They want to explore everything around them.

They love to chew things as well as eat things. And they are also very energetic. They love to run around and play all the time. This results in your home being destroyed very quickly. In this blog, we will discuss some ways to puppy-proof your home.

Puppy Proof: Cover the Chords

Every dog owner knows that even the most obedient of dogs will sometimes chew on things they shouldn't. Using deterrent sprays and sturdy cord covers are great ways to make electrical cords difficult for dogs to chew through, but a simple alternative option would be to instead give your pup an outlet for their chewing energy, such as by providing plenty of interactive chew toys. You can also give them toys like a Dog snuffle ball that can keep their mind busy and prevent them from destructive chewing.

Puppy Proof: Keep Medicine in a Safe Place

There is no denying that pets make our lives a lot more colorful. They give so much joy to those around them, and one of the many things that pet owners can experience are accidents triggered by the pets themselves. No one can ever know for sure how a pet is going to react in any given situation, but there are ways to reduce the risk of this happening such as keeping all medicines inside cabinets or locked up elsewhere as it may seem safer.

Puppy Proof:  Look For Poisonous Plants

Just because a houseplant looks innocent, doesn't mean it's safe. Some plants contain poison that can cause serious problems in pets if they ingest them including irritation, vomiting, digestive upset, and organ failure up to and including death.

In some cases, the dog may not die immediately but instead show signs of distress such as drooling, restlessness, and shallow breathing which will warrant a trip to the vet. If you own any of the following types of plants, it is important to keep them out of reach of your pup:

Puppy Proof:  Keep the Trash Can Away

If you have a puppy, keep in mind that they like to try and put their head into garbage bins where they will sniff all kinds of yummy and curious smells. But don’t worry, we're here to make sure your new puppy doesn’t fall victim to the dangers of these pesky rubbish cans. So make sure you keep them covered with a lid or secured with a strap otherwise they might end up swallowing an extremely toxic substance (such as gum that contains xylitol) or some other potentially deadly object.


Puppies are one of the cutest animals on the planet, but they destroy everything. Most of the time they are just curious and want to chew on everything they can get their little mouths around. Puppies are also not known for their good memory, so they will keep chewing on whatever they were the last chewing on. This is why it’s so important to puppy proof your home.

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