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Health and safety for dogs

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Bonanabab, Jan 23, 2019.


  1. Bonanabab

    Bonanabab PetForums Newbie

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    Sounds like a combination of your commonsense combined with them getting their dog better trained will avoid potential problems.

    A well trained dog should not be pulling anything off the counter (or jumping up at the counter)

    You sound as if you are being fair in not leaving dangerous foodstuffs lying about.
    If this is a shared house and you all have equal rights to it, i would say you're doing your bit and the rest is up to them.

    If it's their house and you are living in it, then you will need to respect their wishes and tidy up your act a bit.

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    Better safe than sorry, surely? Leaving a knife near the edge of a counter is dangerous for people, not just dogs! It doesn't take much to be accidentally knocked off.
     
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