By J……… - 16/10/2020 02:02

Dog whisperer

Today, my new dog broke out of his new crate, ate my door, pissed on the floor, and trashed my room. I got him to help with my anxiety, but all he does is give me more anxiety. The worst part is that I adopted him as a favor to a friend, because she couldn’t handle him. FML
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By  kfchicken_fml  |  26

you got a difficult dog to help with your anxiety, hmmm... if you don't want to give it up I'd suggest getting professional help with training it. either option will unfortunately probably still lead to elevated anxiety in the short term

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By  kfchicken_fml  |  26

you got a difficult dog to help with your anxiety, hmmm... if you don't want to give it up I'd suggest getting professional help with training it. either option will unfortunately probably still lead to elevated anxiety in the short term

By  bl3ur0z3  |  17

He's in a new place with a new person. My brother is a vet and he recommends Perfect Puppy in 7 Days by Sophia Yin. Try it even if he's not a puppy. Training is important and leads to happier, healthier dogs.

By  iamnuff  |  11

Yeah no. Some dogs can help you, other dogs need a lot of work to look after.

This is clearly one of the high-maintenance ones.

If you need a therapy dog, don't pick up one that someone else is giving up because 'it's too much for them to handle.'