These can be temporarily moved to shelves, closets and hanging hooks.
Nothing is off limits and even items that you would never think a puppy would chew, may be mouthed. Many times a puppy will test an object in order to find out if it helps his discomfort.
An owner should always tied up electrical cords in any room that the puppy can enter. All it takes is a moment for a pup to see a cord (just the right size to fit nicely on those sore gums), bite into it and get electrocuted.
Other dangers include houseplants and items small enough to be swallowed that can then cause blockage issues such as coins, shoe laces, pen caps and paper clips.
2) Limit access.
Anytime that you can't keep a close eye on your teething puppy, and of course when home alone
, place your Beagle in his playpen. Just as with housebreaking
, this is the best method to confine things to one spot.
Within the pen should be his toys, bed, and food/water.