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Bare Bones: Pet Safe Electrical Cords

If you have a furry little troublemaker on your hands – always trying to sink his teeth into something dangerous – then an electrical cord protector is a must have. Keeping a safeguard around your TV, cable, or stereo cords is a good idea so that your pet doesn't get the shock of his life when he feels the need to chew.

Thankfully, you can get a protector on the cheap at Ikea or by shopping online. This cord protector is only six bucks ($6) but can save you a ton of worry and hassle, and it's clear so you don't have too much of a distraction running along your floorboards. Best yet, if your pet doesn't know better than to take curious chews on cords, it's infused with a citrus scent to deter any naughty nibbles. When I lived with rabbits, however, we had something a little tougher, and a lot bigger, because they were quite the super chewers!

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samula2000 samula2000 7 years
Good idea for those breeds that have to chew.
facin8me facin8me 7 years
Almost all of our cords are protected from Cosmo with this stuff. He has a few stretches of cord where he is methodically trying to wear down the armor. We've tried coating it with lemon juice, bitter apple solution, and a homemade rosemary extract, but he never seems deterred.
wren1 wren1 7 years
Hmm, so you can just put this over your cord? Good idea!
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