I need help!
This sweet puppy is not happy with the moving boxes in our house. We went to wash the car and we put her to bed as per usual and came upstairs to our apartment to hear hear howling and crying. We got inside and she’d pulled on her leash so hard she had moved the nightstand it was connected to. We let her off the leash and she RUNS to me crying and panting.
She loves being with us but is normally totally okay with being on her own. In fact, we could let her just roam the apartment and when we would come home she’d be on our bed sleeping.
But ever since I left for 3 days (Rayce was home) and then the moving boxes have come in, we’ve had to put her to bed instead of letting her roam because we can hear her crying when we get out of the car (4 stories down!). Now for your help:
What do you do for your puppies if you have moved?
What keeps them calm?
How can we help her know it’s all okay and we aren’t going anywhere without her?
Currently she’s curled up next to me sleeping. So it’s really only when we leave the apartment. She’s fine when I’m home.
Moves are hard on us humans but we want our Ele girl to go back to being calm and happy. Tips? Tricks? Anything for us to help her please 🙏
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I always see parents posting about how it’s okay not to be perfect, but it shouldn’t stop you from trying to be just that. I put the bar high for myself as a father long before he was born. Realizing my flaws and faults is a bitter pill to swallow but at the end of the day I follow the same rule as I and Ana have... never go to bed angry.
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