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How to calm a dog when you're moving too much? - January 19th 2017, 12:58 PM

Is there an easy way to calm a dog when you're moving them around too much? Being in one house then going to another house, then moving again with all the chaotic mess in between.

Abruptly I took my dog out of a living situation that wasn't healthy and brought him to my cousins where he will stay with me before moving to an apartment. Is there even an easy way for a dog to be calm and not feel his world has fallen apart because of all the changes? Is there something I could do.

I know I will move him after I've moved all the things and thankfully all my things are in another house and not where we are so he doesn't need to be around it. But for a dog to get comfortable at one place and then needing to adjust again in a totally new environment and place where not everything is unpacked.
   
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Re: How to calm a dog when you're moving too much? - January 19th 2017, 05:04 PM

Hey,

I think the most important thing is your dog is still with you, so that means that one thing is staying the same at least. If your dog has a bed then maybe you could make sure he has a place he can go and chill out and have some of his favourite things. If you go for walks at a particular time then maybe you could carry out with the same routine. Dogs are really adaptable and I'm sure he'll get used to the changes really soon, just try to keep things in the same routine where possible.

I wish you the best of luck,
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