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I think most of you know about my first born Gimli. He is a wonderful, sensitive little critter who hates dogs in his face and is constantly worried. He likes to play with the girls outside and Bitsy is his bed buddy, but he always seems worried. He never smiles or wags his tail, although most of the time he seems content.
What can I do to help Gimli destress?
 

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Sorry if I phrased this poorly. Nothing in particular makes him stressed. He is just always so tightly wound. Anything I can do to relax him?
 

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Have you looked into T-touch?

Some have success with DAP collars, diffusers, or sprays but it's hit or miss. I think it helps my boy at least a little during thunderstorms but I'm not sure if it's just wishful thinking on my part.

Recreational chews may help, some dogs chew to relieve stress.
 
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Time away from the other dogs.
Perhaps brace work? Makes being near and interacting with another dog fun as long as training with R+. :)
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