NEW DOG TO THE HOUSE?

New dog to the house?


If you have a new furry member of the family, it will be strange for them as it will for you. To make sure that the process is a safe one why not read our tips below.

 

Younger dogs that could be teething will like to chew things. If you have spare lamps it might be safer to remove them for the time being. You don?t want your dog chewing on a wire, especially if it is plugged in!


Do you like to have candles? Make sure they are out of the way from being knocked over by your dog.


Are your cleaning products pet safe? Carpet cleaners to loo cleaners should be checked for pet safety warnings. If there is no warning on the labels try contacting the manufacturer.


If you have any pillows, cushions, throws or furniture that have a plastic tag on them? They are attractive toys but they are potentially hazardous to puppies. They can cause intestine blockages which can be fatal.


Smokers should remember to dispose of all cigarette butts. Second hand smoke is also detrimental to your dogs house.



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How do we compare?
Medium Crossbreed 0yr, Male, Neutered, pp £50
Healthy Pets Gold
Max Benefit
£179.60
Sainsbury's Premier
Max Benefit
£579.24
4Paws
Max Benefit
£419.37
Tesco Extra
Max Benefit
£244.32
 
Healthy Pets Pet Insurance
£179.60
With a Maximum Benefit of £7500.

Data taken online 15/08/2019. Postcode used GU32 3QF Full comparison page >