I can answer questions pertaining dog psychology and general dog behavior. Why is my dog doing this? And what can I do about it? are common questions I am asked. I will not answer questions concerning health problems as this is out of my spectrum, but I can recommend a vet visit if there are chances behavioral problems may stem from a possible underlying medical problem.
I am a certified dog trainer (CPDT-KA) that has attended seminars on dog behavior. I am acquainted with behavior modification programs and have read several books from reputable authors such as Patricia McConnell, Turid Rugaas, Nicholas Dodman and Bruce Fogle to name a few. I have rehabilitated dogs affected by moderate to severe behavioral problems.
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Hello, and thank you for contacting All Experts, What you are seeing is not unusual. At the vet's hospital I used to work for we saw this happen quite often, mostly in cats, but we had the occasional
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Greetings, and thank you for contacting All Experts, Your case isn't unusual at all, there are many dogs who become traumatized from some scary stimuli outdoors and categorically refuse to go out. Loud
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