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My 4 year older dachshund beagle rescue has his share of stranger danger/confidence issues, but recently has started avoiding particular parts of our normal walking path like the plague. One particular pathway he tends to sniff around, and then tuck his tail. The poor guy is terrified. Another pathway he just refuses to go down. I’m always there with him on the walks, so I know nothing dramatic has happened in either location – maybe he had a bad dream about those particular pathways. Who knows.
In any event, has anyone had this issue and successfully re-introduced those paths? I’ve tried coaxing him along with snacks, but he won’t budge and tries to turn around the second he gets the treat. I’m not sure how to convey to him that the areas are ok.
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