How to Transition a Dog With Anxiety to Their Safe Spot

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Having a safe spot that an anxious dog can go to when it feels nervous can be really beneficial. In this video, Aileen Tubbs shares training tips to get a dog comfortable on a portable bed. Hint: it involves treats! The bed/mat can even be used when taking your dog to the vet for a visit to make it more comfortable. See how by watching this short video.

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  • Boarded veterinary behaviorist Dr. Amy Pike and her team have been caring for patients for more than 20 years.
  • Dr. Pike sees patients that deal with behaviors ranging from mild fears to extreme aggression, compulsive disorders and panic disorders.
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