Ruff Guide to a Dog Friendly Home

Posted By Hazel Winstanley / 30th October 2018 / News / 0 Comments

Dogs have been man’s best friend for many years, and as we learn more and more about dogs we realise that they aren’t just our friends but can also be our heros. Dogs are now trained in many ways to improve people’s lives, from helping people with PTSD to the classic sniffing out the baddies.

Dogs are lovable for a reason. They’re full of positive vibes that they make us smile effortlessly. Their fur ball bodies and witty tail wags drive away stress. Even their silly grin and boisterous howls and skimps are enough to set us in the mood.

But it’s not a one-way street because we also need to do our part to make sure that our dogs lead a happy and healthy life. Bring back the favor to them by making your home a haven for your dogs.

There are many small ways of improving your home to make your dogs life that little bit better, or to keep them a little bit safer. We all know a lot of accidents happen inside our homes, so as well as thinking of your fellow humans, make sure you’re considering your four legged friends when trying to improve safety in your home.

Feel compelled to learn more? Well, feel free to check out this informative and stunning AXA graphic.

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