Remember that you don’t have to go it alone.
Finally, don’t forget that you aren’t on your own. Share the difficult times with friends or family, sometimes you just need a space to offload. Or you can seek out help from a professional trainer or ask a vet to recommend a good behaviorist. It is easy to feel that it we must take on the full responsibility ourselves in these type of situations. In reality the comfort of getting assistance can spill over to our fluffy friend as they pick up on our more relaxed feelings and the calm of the other person. That being said, do try and get the help of someone who brings positive energy to the mix. Inviting someone anxious or angry may work against your goals. Remember to always keep it positive when training!
Another way to help with discipline.
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