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Rainy season is approaching again and so is thunder and lightening.  Most animals take cover during thunder and lightening. However, some of my shih tzu are terrified of them. They have this thunder fear where they would become restless or out of focus when they hear thunder. I found a video that gives some tips on how to help your dog get through with thunder fear.

 

A training expert, Michael Baugh, will show you how to help your dogs weather the storm with a variety of different approaches in this video. Watch this video:

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