Does your pet know when you arrive in the vets office and how do they react?
Is your pet ok in the vets office or do you have to basically carry them in?
My Pitbull knows exactly where he is when we take him to the vet's doorstep. He gets excited, starts wagging his tail. He doesn't really mind going to the vet's office. He seems to be curious about it and starts sniffing a lot. Dogs usually have a good sense of where they are at.
Yes they do. our pets are dogs and are very excited to see the staff there. I think they know that someone is going to give them a treat ! :-) (healthy snack of course!).
my dog senses a visit to the vet way in advance, which is wierd. He'll start shaking uncontrollably as soon as he gets in the vehicle. By the time he gets there he's shaking so bad he can hardly move! Once inside he jumps up and wraps his paws around my waste like he's begging me to please take him home. Vet trips are extremely traumatic for him...not sure why because they love him to pieces!
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by life is a journey 8 years ago
my dog is a small mix about 15.When she gets excited she starts wobbling, then falls into a 30...sec sleep for a few mins? When she wakes up she is fine. Never had a problem before.At night she sometimes gags , like she is trying to cough up something. Maybe twice a night. Appitite good and plays....
by Charlu 6 years ago
Does your pet ride well in the car or truck and do they get excited when they get to go for a ride?This is T-Bo going to work with his daddy in the big truck.
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