Building Trust With Anxious Doggos: Ins Outs Tips And Support
Adopting a doggo is one of the most wonderful experiences one can enjoy in their lifetime! Imagine you've just had a baby, but instead of a human, it's a dog. Boom. Responsibility. Boom. Parenthood. Boom. All the love and affection you could every ask for in the shape of a floofy four legged companion. Though, it's no easy task raising a dog. It can be emotional, and stressful, but also extremely rewarding. Reddit user u/PrincessofPatriarchy knows a thing or two about the experience.
Building trust with your doggos is no walk in the park (heh heh, get it? walk in the park?), especially if they have a rough history or used to be a stray. Dogs are very cautious creatures, it can take years to fully gain their trust. Reddit user u/PrincessofPatriarchy talks about an especially emotional experience she shared with her doggo recently that both led her to smile as well as feel sad. Parenthood is a rollercoaster of emotions folks, buckle up!
The emotional rollercoaster that is parenthood, folks. It be like that sometimes, overwhelming happiness can get mixed with sadness and vice versa. It's a journey, and growth ain't linear ladies and gents.
He couldn't finish his bone! Must hide bone immediately. Note how OP describes making eye contact with her doggo and making sure he saw and understood her every move as she attempts to help him with his bone debacle.