Posts Tagged "noise reactivity in dogs"


After the BOOMS!

After the BOOMS!


Posted By on Jul 6, 2021

Hi humans! Mom took this happy pic of me the morning after the BIG BOOMS. If you’ve read this blog for any length of time you already know that I’m very afraid of these loud sounds – thunder too among others things. I’ve got a few posts you can look through on this topic. Everyone asks Mom if she has done this or that with me to help me. Let’s just say she has used oils, music, white noise (fans in summer,...

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Calming Solutions for Dogs

Calming Solutions for Dogs


Posted By on Jun 22, 2021

Hi humans! I FINALLY get to do a blog post all by myself, WOOF! I’m a big boy now so that just makes common sense, besides I’m the one who needs extra help with calming my humans say. All I know is humans make a LOT of loud sounds which scare me. I also hear Rrrrreally good, so that makes it even harder. I hope that during this upcoming holiday of independence (is that still true?), we dogs (and other animals too including...

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Recently I wrote a post on how my husband and I have been working to help our very noise/vibrations reactive, young Carolina Dog, Ezra. That post is Dances With Dogs (a podcast is also available on that post). Ezra watching for the neighbor dogs Ezra’s noise/vibration reactivity has been one of the hardest things I’ve had to deal with in one of my own dogs. I say one of the hardest because my former Great Dane...

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Dances with Dogs

Dances with Dogs


Posted By on Sep 14, 2020

When we got Ezra, our Carolina Dog puppy, in September 2019 at nine weeks of age, little did we know how drastically he would change our lives…then the world changed too. I’ve danced around with all my previous dogs, but not Ezra. Let me back up a bit before I go into the dancing further… Ezra focused on the neighbor dogs I’ve learned some things about Ezra that I won’t share here as it wouldn’t...

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