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PostSubject: My pup is flipping out...   My pup is flipping out... EmptyMon Apr 24, 2017 4:35 pm

So my family and I are moving back to the states from Germany. As you can guess this is a very long ordeal. The movers came today and packed all our stuff and one of my huskies is losing her mind. She whimpers and hides and isn't acting at all like her self. I understand the why, but what can I do to make her feel better? Or do I just have to let her work through it? Any advise?
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PostSubject: Re: My pup is flipping out...   My pup is flipping out... EmptyMon Apr 24, 2017 4:40 pm

Keep some stuff back such as toys and blankets and beds and such for her to surround herself with, or if there's one room you could leave as unchanged as possible until really close to the end. My girl got nervous when we were moving too. They since your anxiety or frustration about the process and then they start seeing "their" stuff disappear, not to mention the strange people "stealing" it. Just do what you can to keep some comfort items close to her and take her for a lot of walks. If the movers are there doing things and you can take her away from all that for a while, do it. Spend quality time with her. Once you get moved it will take a month or so for her to make the adjustment to the new place as well.

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