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Old 10-06-2017, 10:18 AM
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Is it safe to bring Kobe with me??

I am going to an outdoor movies on Saturday with my boyfriend, thereŽs no grass, weŽll be sitting on cement. We were going to bring a blanket from home, but we will it be okay for Kobe? He had his second round of D2APP last Saturday, however he does not get his first rabies shot until 9/28. He has also already got his flea medication and his heartworm/deworming medication as well last week with his second shots. Will it be safe to bring him with us?
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Old 10-06-2017, 11:37 AM
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Yes I think bringing him to a show would be just fine. You are already planning to bring blankets so they will keep you and him comfy. It would be a good experience. :-):-)
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@kobeboy, remind me how old he is, please. If he's very young, the length of a movie might be too long to expect him to be calm and settled quietly in one place, especially if there are a lot of other people around. Will you be able to get up and walk him around if he's restless or needs to go to the bathroom? Do you expect that it will be loud? Will there be a lot of other people there and how tolerant will they be if he, say, barks or plays rambunctiously? Also, depending on his age and temperament, you might not want to expose him to a lot of potentially scary new things (loud movie, lots of people, etc.) all at once and risk creating a negative association. You want all of his socialization to be positive.

Not sure if any of that is relevant; just food for thought.
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