Whether your dog is not eating and you’re concerned they might be unwell or they’re simply in need of their annual vaccinations, there are many reasons why your canine companion may need to visit a vet.
While some pups stride into the vet’s lobby without a care in the world, anxiety in dogs is fairly common and it can make those trips stressful for both you and your fur friend.
However, regardless of whether you have a confident canine or a more nervous dog on your hands, expert trainer Carolyn, the founder of Good Dog Training, says it’s important that both dog owners and their beloved bundles of fluff know how to behave when they’re at the vet.
Keep reading as Carolyn explains six things you can do to be a more responsible dog owner when your pup is in need of medical attention…
1. Keep your dog on a short leash: “They don’t need to wander the lobby visiting people or pets,” Carolyn explains. “Leave the retractable leash at home.”
2. Ask before you touch someone’s pet: “The vet…
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