Baby Golden Retriever : Make the Home Safe for the New Puppy.
Having a new Golden retriever puppy in the house can be viewed as having a new baby. This is because the new world of the puppy, which is the house of the new owner, may not appear as safe as the way adults see it. To make the house safe for the new baby Golden Retriever, it should be puppy-proofed. Just as the house should be baby-proofed to make it safe for a new baby golden retriever.
The steps to take in making the house safe for the baby golden retriever will be easier to understand and remember when the owner attempts to see the house through the eyes of the puppy. When the owner does this, he has to keep in mind that the puppy has no human biases.
For example, an exceptionally cherished party shoe may appear a perfectly shiny object on which the puppy may test his sharp baby teeth. Here are some tips that may help the new baby golden retriever owner:
Baby golden retrievers trust that they live in the safest world.
Baby golden retrievers tend to trust that they live in the safest corner of the world. And they do not realize that some things lying around could be dangerous. For example, a thick electrical cord idly lying on the floor can entice and encourage the puppy to practice the cutting strength of its teeth on the cord. Thus, you should hide electrical cords in places that the puppy cannot reach.
Baby golden retrievers eat as often as possible.
Baby golden retrievers have the urge to eat as often as possible. They are growing after all. Thus, upon seeing a plant, the puppy may immediately smell it, decide that it seems okay, and then take a bite. If tyou have precious and rare plants, such as the bonsai, you should keep them out of reach. And if the plants are poisonous, these could endanger the puppy. If the owner is unsure which plants are poisonous and which are edible, it will be best to keep all plants beyond the puppy’s muzzle.
Baby golden retrievers are naturally exuberant and curious.
Baby golden retrievers are naturally exuberant and curious. This means that no open door will be left unexplored. If the owner does not want the puppy to enter certain bedrooms, workrooms, or the library, the doors of these areas should be kept firmly closed.
Baby golden retrievers like to chew.
Baby golden retrievers like to chew. The milk teeth of a puppy are incredibly sharp. These can cut almost any object, such as rugs and innocent toys left behind by children. If the owner or other members of the house, especially the kids, don’t want an object to be chewed and deformed to uselessness, such object should be put in a safer place.
Baby golden retrievers will drink anything.
Baby golden retrievers will drink almost anything. For a puppy, a liquid is a liquid. It cannot yet distinguish between safe water and poisonous liquid cleaner. Thus, to keep the puppy alive, you should hide such chemicals.
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