3 Tips for a Safe Dog Holiday Seasons


When it comes to dog training and the holiday season, people do not always think what is best for their dogs. But it is important to remember your dogs need to stay safe during this time of year. Follow these three tips to safely introduce your puppy to the holiday season.

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Dog Safety Starts under the Trees:

Many people are decorating Christmas trees and that means lights and tinsel. Remember to keep the lights up and your dogs away from power cords. Your dogs safety is a key factor. You do not want them to chew on cords.

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Puppies Need to Stay Away from Strings on Presents

Dogs like to chew on presents too. Those strings can get tangled in the intestines if swallowed. Be very careful that your dog does not chew and swallow any strings tied on the presents. This also means strings of popcorn on the tree.

Dogs Cannot Have Chewy Candy Treats

As much as you want your dog to enjoy Christmas, your dog needs to stay away from holiday treats. No popcorn, candy canes, or any other favorites. Make sure you keep all holiday treats away from curious dogs.

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