Keep Curious Dogs Safe with COVERPLUG

Share the cuteness...Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterPin on PinterestShare on Google+Share on StumbleUponShare on TumblrShare on RedditShare on LinkedInPrint this pageEmail this to someoneDigg thisFlattr the authorBuffer this page


dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, childproofing, outlet cover, coverplug

 

When bringing a dog into your home, one of the most important parts of preparation is dog proofing. Whether it’s a tiny puppy or an older rescue dog, you can never tell how a dog will react in a new environment. Your previous dog may have stayed away from garbage cans and electrical cords, but that doesn’t mean a new dog will behave the same way. So great products like the COVERPLUG really help to make your home safer.

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, childproofing, outlet cover, coverplug

One of the main ways dogs, especially puppies, learn to identify objects is by using their mouths. If your dog encounters an electrical outlet and becomes curious, your dog will most likely sniff and then lick the outlet. This could have disastrous, even deadly consequences. But this kind of disaster can easily be avoided by using COVERPLUGs. All you need to do is take the COVERPLUG and gently push the two prongs on the backside of the cover into the circular ground holes of your electrical outlet. The cover fits securely in place, enclosing the entire outlet and wall plate. COVERPLUG won’t fall out of place or get knocked off by a wagging tail, but can easily be removed by some gentle tugging from an adult. It’s a quick, non-permanent dog or baby proofing solution for electrical outlets.

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, childproofing, outlet cover, coverplug

If your dog is like mine, he or she may enjoy the occasional nap under the bed or the couch. These locations are very important for dog proofing, as it is hard for you to watch your pet while he or she is under the furniture. You may have electrical outlets behind the couch or the bed and you can’t tell your pet to stay away from them if you can’t see what’s happening. With outlet covers like COVERPLUG, you don’t have to worry about what you can’t see, because you know your pet will be safe.

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, childproofing, outlet cover, coverplug

Dogs can be unpredictable in their attention. You never know when they may get a crazy idea in their head to suddenly examine an object that they’ve ignored for years. Sadie has done this on many occasions, so to me it makes perfect sense to cover our outlets, because you never know if Sadie may one day wake up and wonder what the heck those little white/black circles are. It’s also worth mentioning that you may want to consider outlet covers if you decide to change the faceplates around your outlets. The new plates may smell different, making your dog curious enough to investigate the outlet.

dogs, designer dogs, yorkipoo, yorkie poo, childproofing, outlet cover, coverplug

The COVERPLUG is proudly made in the USA. The surface of the COVERPLUG is designed to be painted to match your wall color, so that the cover will seamlessly blend in with any wall. Or you can go the opposite route and make a fun project of creatively decorating your COVERPLUG so that you have a new little piece of artwork on your wall.
Visit COVERPLUG.com to find out more and get your own package of two COVERPLUGs on Amazon for $8.95.

Or you can win a set right now! Check out the giveaway below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This post is part of the Thoughtless Thursday blog hop hosted by Ruckus the Eskie, Love is Being Owned By a Husky, and M.K. Clinton.

Ruckus the American Eskimo Dog Blog


This post is also part of the Thursday Barks and Bytes blog hop hosted by 2 Brown Dawgs and Heart Like A Dog.

Grab The Badge

This post contains affiliate links. YourDesignerDog was given a free product to try in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own, unbiased thoughts and impressions about said product.

Share the cuteness...Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterPin on PinterestShare on Google+Share on StumbleUponShare on TumblrShare on RedditShare on LinkedInPrint this pageEmail this to someoneDigg thisFlattr the authorBuffer this page