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March 3, 2022

Fred meets the Big Bad Vacuum

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Written by: Bob Guere
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As do many dogs, Fred gets a little flipped out when the vacuum comes out and starts growling and approaching him menacingly. This simple exercise helped Fred to see the vacuum as a cue to lay down and be calm, rather than seeing it as a monster.



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