Get Your Dog Ready for Baby


Congratulations on your new baby! Getting your dog ready for your new arrival is important for both your dog and your baby. Here are 8 tips to help you get started.


The sooner you introduce your dog to your baby, the better. This will help your dog get used to the new smells, sounds, and sights of a baby.


It's important to train your dog to be gentle with your baby. This means teaching your dog not to jump up on your baby, not to pull on your baby's hair, and not to bark or growl at your baby.


 It's important to create a safe space for your dog where they can go to relax and get away from the baby. This could be a crate, a bed, or a room in your house.


It's important to supervise all interactions between your dog and baby, even if you think your dog is well-behaved. This will help to prevent any accidents or injuries.

Be Patient 

It takes time for dogs to adjust to new changes, such as the arrival of a new baby. Be patient and consistent with your training and your dog will eventually learn how to behave around your baby.


It's important to make sure your dog doesn't feel neglected after the arrival of your baby. Make sure to give your dog plenty of attention and exercise, even if you're busy with your new baby.

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