Halloween is a spooky time for dogs with noise and stranger anxiety. Here are some tips for dog owners to help deal with the stress of trick-or-treaters this holiday.
Keep The Dog In A Secure Place
Your dog should stay locked in a secure, comfortable room where he can lie down and relax. This room should be as far from the door as possible to reduce the noise from trick-or-treaters and the sound of the door opening and closing. Make sure to check on your pup frequently and take him out for potty breaks.
Put On Music
You should place a radio or television in your dog’s room and turn the volume to a level that will help drown out the noise. Put on something soothing that won’t startle your pup and trigger his noise anxiety.
It will take some time, but you can use certain exposure techniques to treat your dog’s …

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