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Mikey
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My Bombur has a hard time being around dogs, so the vet is often terrifying for him. We keep him in his crate and try to block out the sides with hand towels so he can only see from the front/door part. We also put his little bed in there with him. If a dog starts barking or whining, either my boyfriend or i will open the crate just enough that we can fit our hand in there to pet him as comfort. This usually helps a ton. To avoid freaking him out, we take the crate apart instead of pulling him out when the time comes to actually see the vet inside one of the rooms.