It's a video of June, being cute, with the "June, Jump!" dog trick.
Posts from the ‘Dog Anxiety’ Category
June rings a bell that hangs from our front door knob when she has to go out. But what started as a way to communicate having to go potty, has become a means for her to train us.
There was this big royal blue windbreaker with my name, high school mascot, and the year 1999 embroidered on it. So ugly. But I kept thinking of all these possibilities where it might come in handy.
By Friday all your stress hormones, and all your dog's stress hormones by extension, need a release. Maybe it's laughter, or a cuddle, or an "Ahhhhh." I would like to bring you that "Ahhhh," by posting a photo or video that calms you down every Anti Anxiety Friday.
While I'm always working to help June become more secure in herself, sometimes I think she's got the right idea.
I have always been anxious. Dogs are the opposite of anxiety.
A few years ago, before I knew the magic of therapy or that an anxiety diagnosis was nothing to be ashamed of, I dreamt of getting a dog. A dog would take me out of my own head. ...Not this dog.