David S. in Arvada, CO

“The sales person gave me a ball park figure before he saw the project first hand. When he got to my house, the job ended up being more than he or I thought it would be. He not only did the job for the lowest dollar but he did way more than I told him it would take. Bottom line, he did more for less and did it faster and better than I would have expected. I cannot thank him enough for the protection my dog has today that she didn’t have 2.5 hours before he got to my house!”

2 thoughts on “Dog Safety Tips From Pet Stop”

  1. Thanks for the reminder to dog proof my home. As you say, they’re curious creatures, so it’s important to take precautions, and I completely agree. Plus, making sure that your home is pet friendly prior to the pet actually arriving, you’ll be more prepared and equipped to deal with the puppy and everything that puppies bring! It will make the transition so much smoother. Thank you for sharing.

  2. I liked that you mentioned that the owner should avoid leaving small objects such as hair ties or socks lying on the floor. My grandpa has lots of dogs and he tries to be as cautious as possible! Now he considers getting a fence so that the dogs could get a walk without his presence. Quite a clever idea!

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