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9/28/16 6:13 A

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Yeah them to change behaviors with a crying doll.

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9/27/16 5:30 P

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I haven't dealt with this, but there have been several in a group I'm in on Facebook that have been having babies recently. They suggest bringing home the baby's blanket he's wrapped up in before bringing home the baby. Also the cap they put on baby. They pretty much include the dogs in everything.



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9/27/16 4:21 P

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I would start making the baby's room off limits. You can always invite them back later.

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9/27/16 3:00 P

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We have two black lab mutts (5 and 6 years old) and a baby on the way. I'm wondering if there's anything, like training, I should be doing to prepare the dogs for a baby... Advice? They're already great around my nieces and nephews. Is it true that the baby gets used to barking in the womb and it doesn't bother them once their born? So many questions! emoticon

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