(The Yuppie Puppy)
Household cleansers, furniture polishes, disinfectants, insecticides, antifreeze, fertilizers, perfumes and make-up can be dangerous to dogs. Make sure cupboards and storage areas (garage) containing these items are secured. A bored or determined dog can go “where they’ve never gone before.”
Are the toilet lids down in any accessible bathrooms?
See that medications are locked up. The sound of pills rattling in a plastic bottle may entice the pet to chew the bottle open.
Remove candy, nuts and raisins from coffee tables or locations where a pet can reach them. Chocolate is toxic to dogs and nuts can be dangerous as well.
Check to see that any hobby supplies; i.e., paints, glue, needles and thread, etc., have been placed away from an inquisitive pet’s reach.
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