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The Pain of Dog Anxiety: A Dog Mom's Story
To start off, I want to say that I know that every pet is different. Working in the veterinary business as well as the rescue field, I completely and fully understand that what works for one pet, may not necessarily work for another. The point of this feature is not to tell you what you should or should not do, but to let you know that you're not alone and that managing this debilitating condition IS possible.
To this day, I still invest in behavioral training and still look for new ways to keep Bentley feeling safe and protected in my home. There are bad days, sure. Days when I feel him reverting back to his old ways of destruction. But, that's to be expected. Everyone has bad days.