Trust Me I’m a Vet Tech: Baby Proofing Isn’t Just For Humans


As you may remember, I have teamed up with my pal over at Unconventional Mommy Tails to do a monthly series about pet health, behavior and education.  Last month we did a dual post about the true cost of getting a puppy or a kitten.  This month we are talking about what you need to do before you even think about bringing your new fur kid home.

Puppies and kittens like to get into EVERYTHING and can be very destructive.  Just like having a human baby who is learning to crawl and walk, it is important to “baby” proof your home when you have a new puppy or kitten too.

Check out the details of what you need to think about when puppy or kitten proofing your home at Unconventional Mommy Tails this month:

Baby Proofing Isn’t Just for Humans


On a side note:

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About A Girl

A Girl is a 20 something blogger who began blogging in 2008 as a means of coping with a deployment. She is a Veterinary Technician by trade and loves her work in Emergency and Critical Care. She is married to a 11 year veteran of the USMC reserves, whom she meet shortly after he returned from a deployment. They have been married for four years, have three, very bratty dogs, and are currently trying to muddle through the aftermath of a difficult deployment for both.

2 thoughts on “Trust Me I’m a Vet Tech: Baby Proofing Isn’t Just For Humans

  1. It really is amazing how much you have to baby proof for puppies and kittens. I remember having to hide everything. We still keep a baby gate up on stairs to keep Emma from getting up there when we aren’t home.

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