Bringing home a new dog or puppy is one of the greatest moments a human can experience. Unfortunately, for our new canine friend, it can be overwhelming to be in a new environment. As pups and dogs explore and get to know new spaces, they tend to use their nose and mouth to navigate these new places and the items in them. This means that many items in and around your home can fall victim to your new dog, or your dog could get hurt by things around your home. That’s why you need to take the time to puppy-proof your home before they arrive. In this article, we will go over how to make sure your home is ready for its newest occupant.