Black Labrador Puppy

You are having a small get together at your house. Sensing all the excitement, your puppy is doing their best to help you in whatever way they can. From pushing the table into a corner with their paws to dragging the carpet from the bedroom to the living room… it’s adorable. You don’t have the heart to say no to them when that itsy bitsy tail keeps wagging. As guests start arriving, your puppy receives dozens of pats and tries to sneak in a few licks of their own. Standing in the kitchen, you can hear your puppy’s happy yips. For safety reasons, you want to put your puppy someplace where they will not have an opportunity to jump on your guests, eat the food you have painstakingly prepared,  get underfoot, or worse, get out the front door. Baby gates are a great way to keep your puppy or adult dog safe.

If you haven’t started training your puppy, these kinds of accidents can happen the moment you turn your back and leave them alone for just a minute.

This is where a baby gate comes in. Your puppy is just like a toddler who has learned to crawl and wants to touch everything and go everywhere.

Benefits of a Baby Gate

Puppies are quite mischievous. Try as you might, their cute face and twinkling eyes stop you from reprimanding them. This is why it is important that you begin their force-free training as soon as you bring them home. Baby gates are actually quite useful for dogs of all ages, keeping them out of harm’s way.

  • A baby gate allows you to create a safe puppy-proof environment. It’s easier to secure one room than the entire house.
  • Prevents tumbles down the stairs until you teach them how to walk down.
  • Keeps them away from things that might hurt them such as electrical wiring and poisonous plants.
  • Gives you peace of mind that while you are at work, your puppy is safe behind a gate.
  • Stops them from chewing things they are not supposed to chew.
  • Allows you to keep your puppy right in front of your eyes during a party.
  • Allows your puppy to have more freedom compared to a crate.
  • Keeps your puppy away from guests who are afraid of or do not like dogs.
  • Stops your puppy from being mischievous when you are not looking.
  • Keeps your senior, blind, or injured dog safe from household hazards.

As your dog starts to get old, you can still keep using the gate. Puppies and dogs are playful by nature. Age doesn’t stop them from acting like goofballs. Curiosity might get the better of them and tempt them to get into a place where they are not meant to be.

And that’s why it’s important to use a baby gate to keep your puppy or dog safe. For dog training in Miami, visit the website Dances with Dogs. They offer in-person as well as online dog training. To learn more about their services or to schedule an appointment, call on 786-299-1552.