As Christmas approaches many families are bringing new dogs or new puppies into the family. During these times you must remember everything is new to this dog or pup. You must be patient to allow the dog or pup to adjust to the family dynamics and routines. The whole family must be consistent with the dog or pup. If you decorate with Holly, Mistletoe, or Poinsettia plants, keep them away from dog and cats as they are all poisonous! Another idea to think about is the Christmas tree. It is best placed in a corner to limit the new dog or pup access to it. The lights and ornaments should not be placed on the lower branches so the new dog or pup does not chew on them. Never leave a new dog or pup alone with the tree as it might not end well for you. Do not have candles low enough to where the new dog or pup to get them. While unwrapping presents, make sure to pick up all the wrapping paper so your new dog or pup does not eat it. Most of these tips are simple to do but may not have been thought of.
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Bill Kennedy has been working and training full service K9's for over ten years.