When you see those two little lines appear on that pregnancy test, there is suddenly so much for you to accomplish. Preparing the nursery, planning a shower, picking out a name, and packing your hospital bag all seem to be at the top of the to-do list. However, another task that should be a priority is preparing your pets for their new sibling. This is going to be a big adjustment for them so starting early is important in ensuring a seamless transition. 

Top Eight Ways To Prepare Your Pets for a Baby

Rebecca Johnson, Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA) and Licensed Family Paws Parent Educator, highlights the best methods for success in this venture!

Johnson owns The Family Dog Trainer and specializes in animal training and behavior modification. She provides in-home lessons for dogs and their humans, which is perfect for parents expecting a baby! This allows her to evaluate your pets and work with them in the space where you will be needing them to be on their best behavior. 

It also gives her the opportunity to identify issues that you may not even realize are there. Having a baby is a big adjustment for everyone, but by making these modifications early, you can help to reduce stress for you and your pets. 

You can contact Rebecca at:

rebecca@thefamilydogtrainer.net

806 - 589 - 3153

Follow her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Thefamilydogtrainer/

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