5 Ways to Prepare your Dog for a Pet-friendly Conference

You walk into the hotel with your dog by your side, feeling assured as you see other conference attendees with their pets. But your dog barks and lunges toward another dog, stretching his retractable leash to its full fifteen feet. In your scramble to hang onto the leash, your purse and conference materials scatter on the floor. You yank him hard, stopping him in his tracks as he trips. You yell, “Max come here NOW!” He cowers and everyone turns and stares at you.

Me and my two cocker spaniel at BlogPawss
From left to right: me, Buffy and Chipper at the BlogPaws conference

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Does Fido Fear or have Fun on the Fourth?

Do you stay at home on the Fourth of July to calm your quivering dog?

Does your dog pace around your bed keeping you up all night or poke you constantly while you can barely hear the distant rumble of thunder?

Many Dogs suffer from Thunderstorm Anxiety

Chipper, my 12-year-old cocker spaniel, has thunderstorm anxiety. He also trembles during visits to the vet; pokes me when he hears firecrackers; pants during car rides; and resists me when I trim the fur on his paws.

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