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Thunderstorm and Fireworks Phobias in Dogs

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Thunderstorms and Fireworks can be quite scary, especially if you are a dog and don’t understand why there are explosions going on. A phobia though is not just a normal fear. It is an exaggerated response and results in emotional suffering. Phobias need to be treated and in this video we go over the options for treating phobias

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