Dog Safety Handouts

Home Dog Training offers dog safety and training literature on many subjects important for you, your family, and your dogAs Dog Trainers and the parents of five great pooches, we are always concerned about proper dog safety.  Over the years, we have been compiling handouts that we distribute to Veterinary Hospitals, Rescue Organizations, Schools, etc. that discuss dog safety and general well-being.  We would like to share them with you.  Please feel free to use them for your organization.

 

 

When you and your dog are at home, there can be many dangerous things your dog can encounter.  It is important we keep our dog safe and secure at home at all times

Dog Safety Around the House
What is safe for us might not be safe for our doggies around the house.  Be sure you are ready and have planned for it.

 

 

Prepare your dog for the arrival of the new baby.  With a little preparation your baby and dog will instantly build a loving bond for life.

The Arrival of a New Baby or Doggies
Having a new baby is always a wonderful time.  Besides preparing yourself for such a lifestyle change, you need to prepare your pup.  This can also be said of adding new doggies to your family.

 

 

Home Dog Training of North Georgia offers general dog safety tips on many subjects you will encounter every day.

General Safety Topics
Just general things you need to consider with your pooch.

 

 

 

Christmas, Halloween, the 4th of July, and other Holidays pose unique safety risks for your dog.  Prepare for the Holiday with your dog in mind and everything will be great

Dog Safety During The Holidays and Seasons
We love our holidays and we should make sure that our doggies love them too.  Seasons change and so do our doggie’s needs.

 

 

Safely travel with your dog in a car or on a plane flight with dog safety tips from Bruce and Robin Edwards of North Georgia Dog Training

 

Out and About (Away from the House)
Our dogs look to us for their well-being all the time.  When we are away from our home, they need even more assurance that everything is fine.

 

 

North Georgia has a lot of rain, thunder, lightening, cold temperature, hot temperature and sometimes tornadoes.  Be prepared with your dog for bad weather and inclement conditions

Weather Issues
Just like the rest of our family, we have to make sure our dogs are prepared for inclement weather.

 

 


We are currently updating many of our handouts and hope to be able to provide you with the complete list in the near future.

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Dog Safety Handouts

Dog Safety Information for the entire family.  Home dog training covers all dog safety subjects from traveling, socialization, holiday behaviors, and more

As Dog Trainers and the parents of five great pooches, we are always concerned about proper dog safety.  Over the years, we have been compiling handouts that we distribute to Veterinary Hospitals, Rescue Organizations, Schools, etc. that discuss dog safety and general well-being.  We would like to share them with you.  Please feel free to use them for your organization.


 

Dog Safety Tips for your dog around the house when you are at home.  It is surprising how many safety issues are lurking for your dog in your home

Dog Safety Around the House
What is safe for us might not be safe for our doggies around the house.  Be sure you are ready and have planned for it.

 

Prepare your dog and entire family for the arrival of a new baby.  Also know what to do when you bring home a second dog

The Arrival of a New Baby or Doggies
Having a new baby is always a wonderful time.  Besides preparing yourself for such a lifestyle change, you need to prepare your pup.  This can also be said of adding new doggies to your family.

 

We have a great deal of dog safety tips on common problems and situations you encounter every day.

General Safety Topics
Just general things you need to consider with your pooch.

 

 

Holidays like Christmas and the 4th of July offer unique safety issues for you and your dog.  Home Dog Training of North Georgia can tell you what to do to keep your dog safe

Dog Safety During The Holidays and Seasons
We love our holidays and we should make sure that our doggies love them too.  Seasons change and so do our doggie’s needs.

 

 

Traveling in a car ride or on a plane can be very hazardous for your dog if you do not prepare.

Out and About (Away from the House)
Our dogs look to us for their well-being all the time.  When we are away from our home, they need even more assurance that everything is fine.

 

 

North Georgia has a lot of rain, lightning, thunder, cold and hot temperatures and sometimes tornadoes.  Be prepared to keep your dog safe in inclement weather

Weather Issues
Just like the rest of our family, we have to make sure our dogs are prepared for inclement weather.

 


We are currently updating many of our handouts and hope to be able to provide you with the complete list in the near future.