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Puppy-proof your home

Does your puppy look so calm and kind lying innocently in his bed? We promise, although it doesn't always seem that way, puppies are quirky and sometimes they can be a little too curious for their own good. Unfortunately, accidents happen easily, so to avoid your puppy getting hurt we recommend puppy proofing your home.
Here is a list of things that are common in Swedish homes, check how these things look in your home:
  • Cables and cords
  • Chocolate
  • Medicines
  • Poisonous plants
  • Cleaning products
  • Children's toys such as Lego pieces that can get stuck in the dog's intestines
  • Nicotine
Both your puppy's curiosity and their itchy teeth are contributing factors to their willingness to taste and bite things you wouldn't expect them to try. So make sure you tidy up things your puppy can't get at and unplug the power cord when your window lamp or TV isn't in use, for example.

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