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    Some friends of pet dog think that pet dog must be safe at home. In fact, even at home, there are many potential dangers that may harm pet dog at any time. Therefore, a qualified owner must take some necessary measures to prevent accidental danger.

    First of all, pay attention to the balcony and windows in the home. Now most of them are high-rise buildings. Windows are potentially dangerous for pets. In addition to windows, most of the balcony design only considers people’s safety, and many gaps are dangerous for pets to fall into the building. So we must heighten the fence of balcony and window, and fence the wide gap with wire mesh. For windows and balconies that cannot be enclosed, try to avoid placing chairs or wooden boxes and other climbing objects. When you go out, remember to close the windows and balcony doors.

    Secondly, pay attention to the wires in the home. Make sure that there are no exposed wires in the home. When the owner goes out and sleeps, it’s better to cut off the power supply. If it is necessary to leave the puppy at home alone, it should be closed in a room without wires to prevent the puppy from eating the wires by mistake when he is bored.

    The other thing is to pay attention to the ropes and wires at home. Kittens and puppies are particularly attracted by ropes and wires, and they mistakenly think that they are toys. If they swallow them carelessly, they will block the intestines. If they swallow them carelessly, they may suffocate. At ordinary times, it may also be entangled by playing with curtain ropes and blinds. If not, it may be injured or strangled. So it’s best to clean the ropes and threads at home. The sewing needles and threads must be stored in the locker or drawer. The cord must be knotted or shortened to prevent the pet from pulling at will.

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