Building Confidence Pt. 3

Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love.

-  Lao Tzu


Doggie01If you have a dog who is scared of noise, such as fireworks, it isn’t always possible to solve the problem. The key to helping people with issues, is being able to draw the line as to what can be solved and what can’t. When something cannot be solved, it’s important that we help them have their own coping mechanism. That’s something which can come in handy for other problems too, and we’ll expand more on it later.

Some dogs are actually scared of the noise of fireworks, and for others, it isn’t actually a fear - the loud noises can cause physical pain. Fireworks can be painfully loud for humans, so imagine how it must feel for a dog who has a much keener sense of hearing.

Some dogs cope with the situation by finding a bolt-hole, and hiding in it. Some people try to encourage their dog to come out, but not all dogs will want to.

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