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How To PetProof The Electrics in Your Home: Advice From A Professional 24/7 Electrician

A shock that would injure a human could potentially kill a small animal, so it is important to pet-proof the electricals in your home. While you can train your pet not to chew the cords or stay away from certain appliances, this does not always constitute a completely failsafe plan for your pets.Animals can be naturally curious and we recommend ensuring your home is completely free of electrical hazards. 

As professional 24/7 electrician in Sydney, the Daniel Scope team has seen many electrical scenarios that pose dangers to pets. As animal lovers, we have put together a few tips to help you keep your furry friends safe from the electrical systems in your home.

Electrical Cords

Electrical cords are probably the most common problem as pets love to chew on them, and if they get through the plastic coating, they could be shocked. Ensure that you pack away and unplug your electrical cords when not in use. You should deter your pets from chewing on them, and you can also purchase solutions that provide extra protection to your electrical cords so that your pets won’t be able to chew down to the wire.

Ensure All Plugs Are Properly Plugged In

Make sure that all of the plugs in your home (especially the ones at ground level) are properly plugged in so those little critters won’t be able to get their paws or snouts between the plug and the wall.

Avoid Lamps With Exposed Bulbs

Lamps with exposed bulbs, especially halogen bulbs, could cause a fire if knocked over. Try to avoid exposed bulbs and find a way of keeping your lamps securely in place, as we all know that cats and dogs love to knock things over.

Understand Your Outdoor, Underground Electrics

If you have a dog, it’s important to be mindful of your underground electrics. If your dog likes to dig, he/she could potentially dig them up. In the case of an electrical storm, it’s important to bring your pets inside immediately.
Are you looking for a 24/7 electrician? Someone reliable who will be available any time of the day or night? Consider using Daniel Scope Electrical as your trusted electricians of choice.

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