Not only are you keeping your seemingly innocent looking pup all calm and content for the better part of the day ahead, you are more than likely keeping the rest of your apartment quite safe. The poor little pup may be able to bark in all its glory to sound off the alarm but at such a small and young age, it can hardly keep out any intruders. But then again, you might just be lucky enough to be staying in a secure complex where every single move in and out of the building is monitored from up front and from the concierge’s desk.
No, no need to worry about burglars and other unwelcome intruders. Your apartment is safe as houses. But safe it really is not. Just remember, there is still one little critter that is inside of that apartment for the better part of the day while you have gone off downtown to battle your way through and make sure you can pay off your stunning apartment’s mortgage at the end of the month. You need to safeguard your apartment from this little one. You also need to keep your favorite furry little chum safe too, physically and emotionally.
Start off in keeping the little feller safe for the day by setting it up nicely with an indestructible dog bed. Why does it have to be indestructible? Why did you ask? Isn’t this question so, so obvious, but anyhow; so glad you did ask. The thing is, little dogs on their own will become really uptight and insecure and, really, oh so very bored. It needs something to rest its paws, claws and jaws on. And right there, right next to its dribbling little jaw is the sleeping cushion. It may not have any taste at all but yummy, look at all the foam and sponge fly once I’ve ripped it all to shreds.
Right, mom? Wrong, sonny boy. Not with this indestructible little dog’s bed. The little dog is no longer indestructible, not by a long shot, not for hours to come until you walk in through the front door. But the bed is indestructible. Chew as long as it likes, and as hard as it likes to try but there is just no way it can gnaw its way through that cushion. Sorry chum, no foam today. But don’t look so glum. What have we here for you today? That’s the next thing. There is a better chance that the little dog will eventually turn to napping for the better part of its day.
Home alone, little dogs can get really bored, so do make a point of surrounding its sleeping area, indestructible dog bed too, with interesting little toys and nibbles to keep its mind and jaws all occupied like. By the time it is all played out, it will be ready for its big afternoon nap.