Some dogs feel less and some more afraid of unforeseen events around them. Fear is a natural occurrence and it is linked to the dog’s previous negative experiences.
Dogs may have the fear of stepping outside their home or familiar space. This means that separating the dog from the primary habits in the dog’s head will cause discomfort and is often associated with running to a vet or other place where dogs have a habit of going about their bad experiences.
The fear of a vet can in some way be justified. Going to a veterinarian associates the dog with pain or unpleasant experience and a procedure that takes place in the veterinary practice. It is difficult to avoid the inconvenience of having your dog vaccinated. The veterinarian is a professional who must first relax the patient or the dog and avoid any quick movements that may mean aggression.
In a situation where it is necessary to keep your dog, it becomes aggressive and begins to defend itself and the owner as he realizes that he is in danger. In such a situation the dog must be separated from the owner and the veterinarian should carry out an independent examination.
Fear usually occurs when it is caused by putting the dog on the table for inspection by the veterinarian. The same procedure can be done by the dog owner at home and simulate a veterinary examination. It is quite practical for the dog to become accustomed to a temperature measurement that will reduce the discomfort of the examination when you get to the vet.
Dogs that show fear of going to the veterinary practice are advised to visit a veterinarian without any reason. It is in some ways an introduction to the dog with the field.
The dog’s tension creates fear. Namely, dogs that want to attack or bite should be trained to carry a basket in a timely manner.
In general, veterinarian fears are varied and frequent. They are part of the lives of dogs and therefore part of our lives.