When you’re expecting a non-furry member to join your family, it might be hard for your dog to understand this new addition to the pack. A change in the household hierarchy might be hard on your pup, so it’s necessary to prepare your pup for when a new baby arrives. Healthy Spot employee, Danielle Rahh, recently went through baby preparedness training and has these tips to make the transition easy for you and your pup.
Get Your Dog Accustomed to Crying Sounds
Your pup might not be used to sudden crying and fussing in the middle of the night (or during the day/early in the morning right before bed). Playing baby crying sounds, which can be found on YouTube, will help your dog to adjust to the new baby and it’s crying.