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Posted on 01-10-2014
Bringing a new baby into your home is not only an extremely hectic and overwhelming time for human parents, but it also brings about stress on another member of your household, your dog. When preparing to bring home a baby you must remember that your dog will be facing many sights, sounds and smells that they may not be used to. Having a new baby will bring about changes in not only your daily routine, but also theirs. They will be getting less of your attention, which can be a very difficult time , especially if they have been an "only child".
To make things go as smoothly as possible, it is important to take the time to prepare your dog for the new arrival. In the months before the baby arrives, there are many things that you can do to prepare your dog.
Congratulations on the new addition!
If there are any questions you may have regarding bringing home a new baby, please give our office a call at (610) 458-8789. We serve Chester Springs, Downingtown, Exton, Glenmoore and the surrounding areas
Written by Alyson Kelly, technician
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