Your dog’s fear of other dogs is not a medical problem, it is a matter of behavior. While your veterinarian won’t have any treatment options, he or she can refer you to a dog behaviorist or professional trainer. A dog behaviorist can identify what makes your dog afraid of other dogs and teach you how to help your dog become more confident. Another approach is to combine encounters and/or interaction with other dogs with something they enjoy. Have your dog’s favorite foods ready and when he comes close, feed him. When the other dog has left, stop feeding.
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This begins to prescribe your dog that good things happen when they meet or come into contact with other dogs. Make sure this is done in a controlled environment where another dog cannot become aggressive or dominate. To avoid any unpleasant surprises, follow these rules from the start. First, you may be allergic to their feathers. These are the scabs of the skin on pet hair. Therefore, the longer the dog’s coat/coat, the more likely it is that the coat will become entangled. This usually means dogs with long hair have fallen out. Second, dogs that shed their hair on a regular basis also tend to emit more hair. Third, even if you find a dog or breed that is right for you, you may still need to adopt or take medication to relieve your symptoms. So be prepared to speak with your doctor.