Secure cords and cables: Keep electrical wires and charging cords out of reach or use cord protectors to prevent chewing hazards.
Remove toxic plants: Identify and remove any potentially harmful plants from your home and garden to avoid accidental ingestion.
Use baby gates: Install baby gates to restrict access to certain areas, such as staircases, kitchens, or rooms with hazards.
Store chemicals safely: Ensure cleaning supplies, medications, and other harmful substances are stored in secure cabinets or out of reach.
Secure trash cans: Use lidded trash cans or store them behind closed doors to prevent your puppy from scavenging and ingesting dangerous items.
Clear choking hazards: Remove small objects, such as children's toys, batteries, and loose change, from floors and low surfaces.
Cover outlets: Use outlet covers to prevent curious puppies from sticking their noses or paws into electrical sockets.
Provide a designated puppy area: Create a comfortable space with a bed, toys, and water to give your puppy a secure area to relax and play.
Check furniture and appliances: Block off gaps behind or under furniture and appliances to prevent your puppy from getting stuck or injured.
Evaluate outdoor spaces: Secure your yard with proper fencing, remove dangerous tools or chemicals, and ensure there are no escape routes.