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  • How to Create a Perfect Living Space for Your Boston Terrier Puppy

    Every pet deserves to have a special place that they can call their own, whether it is inside or outside, it is very important to designate a certain spot for your Boston terrier puppy. This space will help your puppy to feel more secure about his/her surroundings, and it will feel loved and well cared for as well as have a spot it can go to for rest and for play. Creating this living space for your puppy can take a little time and planning, but is well worth the effort.

    The Comfort of Home for Your Boston Terrier Puppy

    Prior to the arrival of your new Boston terrier pup, you may want to scout out your home and designate a certain area that will belong to him/her. This area should be spacious enough for the dog to be able to rest and play in, as well as clean and free of chemicals and other hazards. It is very important that all loose hanging and plugged-in cords be kept out of reach of the new puppy, as these will be seen as playthings for the pup. Knowing how dogs like to chew on things, nothing of great value should be placed within the personal living space of your dog.

    The most important aspect of creating a living space for your Boston terrier puppy is his or her bed which could be as simple as a crate. The kennel can serve multiple purposes for the puppy; it can be its sleeping quarters, a place to stay when everyone is out and also help in potty training. You may choose a soft, fluffy dog bed instead of the crate which may help in comforting your puppy as well. A box with a blanket inside can work well for those who don’t want to spend the extra money for a bed or crate. Toys such as rubber balls, chew toys and bones should be provided to your puppy in the living space you create. Nothing too small should be given so that they do not choke. Also, a heavy food and water bowl should be placed in a certain area where the puppy will know where to go and eat.

    Creating this simple living space for you Boston terrier pup will help you develop the puppy’s routine and schedule, making him feel comfortable and secure in your home. After the space, you need to gather Boston terrier puppy supplies which are essential for your dog.

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