Making Your House Blind Dog Friendly
Adopting or caring for a dog that can’t see? That can be stressful for both you and the dog. If the dog is yours and you’ve owned him during his sight years then you should make sure the home is set up the way your dog last ‘saw’ it. This will help him find his way around and in particularly find his food, water and bed. If you’re bringing a new dog into the home that has trouble seeing then you may want to plan a layout change of your home ahead of time. For instance, block off corners that the dog may get stuck in. Add baby gates to prevent the dog from going in rooms that aren’t dog friendly or from going down or up the stairs. Place the food, water and bedding in a close proximity so the dog can find them. Work with your vets Frisco, TX for more details.