Usually it’s dog’s suffering for little dog to see the veterinarian as there are various kinds of sights, smells, sounds, people and animals new and unfamiliar to them, which would cause nervous and uneasy feeling to them. But you are fortunate enough to read the following tips to help you dog out of fear:
First, you can try to take a small waking before visiting the doctor. In this way, your dog would get calm down and more docile while doing the treatment in the clinic.
Try to use a carrier. A carrier is a perfect choice for small and toy breed dogs, which can avoid biting, scratching and attempts during the way to the clinic. And it in turn can protect your dog from other pets.
Take control your dog while you are waiting. You can keep your dog feel relaxed by providing lots of physical attention and talking with them softly.
Always get ready to help during the treatment. You can ask your vet if you can do something to help the examination. Even though vets are very experienced at dealing with various nervous and frightened animals, your familiar face and smell may provide safety and comfort to your pet in the examination room.
Plan for extra time to talk with the vets. If you want to know more about the conditions of your pet by talking with the vet, ensure to make an appointment in prior or try to avoid peak hours. Usually they are the busiest in the early morning or the early evening.
Visit the vet clinic regularly and frequently. Regular check-ups enable your little dog to be used to the sight, smell in the clinic, and the vet can become more familiar with your dog.