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Using these 6 tips, you can turn scary and unpleasant things into fun and positive experience for your fur kid!
1/15/2015 03:59:20 pm
As a Dog Trainer this is excellent advice.
9/18/2016 02:23:17 pm
I think this is great advice but I have 1 question. I have Poppy, a 4 year old retriever/pyraneese mix that is terrified of the vacuum cleaner. She was adopted from the local ASPCA as a baby so she hadn't been abused, either there or here where she's furry little royalty. :-) (My boyfriend thinks it's the sound it makes.) But she takes off the second I touch it. How do I begin desensitization without having to come after her with the object of her fear? It seems mean to do that, like it would instill more fear. But I can't even get to the 'set it down and give a treat part'.
10/4/2016 08:28:24 pm
Stacey L. Is there any real reason that your Poppy needs to know about the vacuum cleaner? I have had this "problem" also, and as the vacuum has nothing to do with the dog, I just let him/her get out of the way wherever they feel comfortable. Good luck
12/18/2017 12:37:12 pm
I do the same thing...my 3yr old Xmaltese shitzo has improved but just goes into another room. Tried to put her outside but insists on staying in....😕
11/7/2022 04:43:39 pm
Thanks for sharring
11/25/2022 02:45:55 am
Agility and Obedience Training is important but to introduce with new situations is most important.
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