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How to Keep Your Dog Calm Over the Holidays

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Does your dog get a little high strung? Nervous about new people? Nervous when there's too much noise, commotion, new activity going on? If so, I have some great tips I've learned from trying to keep my own little fur baby calm when we entertain that I'm sure will help you too going into the busy holiday season….

My little guy, Deuce, is about two years old now – just a little younger than Abby is. We got him when she was just a baby – they've grown up together, sharing toys, playing, and are bestest buddies. So he's definitely a very important part of our little family! But, when we moved to this new house, my mom moved in with us too. She had 5 other little dogs – Deuce loved them, but I think it stressed him out a bit. He stopped peeing outside, starting making big messes inside, started barking and whining anytime I wasn't home. *Sigh* So we tried the Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® {Dog Appeasing Pheremone} that plugs right into your wall. It's perfect for when pet's need some comforting – anytime their environment changes, like with the extra visitors during the holidays. 

Click here to visit Comfort Zone on Facebook, or get this sweet Comfort Zone® with D.A.P.® coupon online. These products are 95% effective at stopping excessive chewing and barking in dogs – and they really made a difference in my little fur baby's behavior over the past month. Totally recommend them if you have a dog that gets rattled easily – as we go into the busy holiday season of parties, guests, coming and going – this is a great way to help them stay calm and well behaved. Giving you one less thing to worry about, right?

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