Just because you are moving into a new home and have a million and one things to do, it won’t stop your dog from getting its shiny wet nose into everything. All the new smells and areas to explore will be irresistible.
And many people choose to get a puppy when moving into a new home.
So along with child-proofing your new home, sooner rather than later is the time to get dog-proofing your home and garden.
Whilst you are in the process of dog proofing your new home it may be worth considering keeping your dog in kennels whilst the work is done. It will be safer for your dog and less stressful for you.
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