Safety First: Safety Measures For You And Your Pup

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

When you first get a dog, you’ll often be wrapped up in the excitement of having a little puppy. But before long, it all becomes very normal. And you’re going to find yourself establishing a routine that works for you. Because even though you’re a dog mama, you have other things going on in your life. So you need to make sure that you can get things done, keep your dog happy, and that you both enjoy your lives too. One thing that you may forget all about is safety. Yet, your safety and your dog’s safety is just so important. It’s not something that you want to take for granted. And this is why, for the sake of your happiness, you need to make it a priority. Let’s take a look at some safety measures you can put in place to make this happen.

Around The Home

First of all, you’re going to want to ensure that you’re around the home. Because when you first get a dog, you may find that they are at risk. They may tear things up or they may harm themselves on corners or sharp objects. So you will want to make sure that your home is as dog friendly as possible. And you’ll learn what works for you the longer you have the dog.

While You’re Walking

Next up, when you’re out walking, it’s important to stay safe and be vigilant. Make sure that your dog isn’t at risk of being attacked by others but then also that you are safe too. This is something to be important about.

Taking Precaution

Now, something that you might want to be are of is theft. It’s a shame, but there are dog thieves out there. And not only that, you may want to be more careful with your home security too. You’ll find that this is a good solution for big dog owners if you have a dog door that you’re concerned about. Here, you may also want to ensure that your boundary is protected and that you’re not enticing burglars onto your property.

Being Responsible

Then also, you’re going to want to make sure that you are a responsible dog mama. When you get a puppy, it’s super important for you get them microchipped for safety reasons. If you were to lose your dog, the microchip makes them identifiable. But you may not want to stop there. You may find that you need to put a GPRS tracker on them too so that you’re able to track them should they be lost or stolen. This can give you a lot of peace of mind.

At Night

But then finally, if you are out walking at night, you should be vigilant. You should make sure that you have reflective clothing on and that your dog has a safety coat too. You should also take a flashlight so that you can see where you’re going. Don’t just assume that you’re safe in the dark. It’s important to be visible for your safety.

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