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  1. So Champ has a vet visit tomorrow for his annual DHLPP vaccine and his heart worm blood draw and I'm nervous about it because he doesn't like the vet and has gotten rather aggressive with them on a few occasions. I do my best to make sure he's calm for the experience but the second we set foot in the building he is anxious and will stay between me and the wall unless there's a dog he wants to get at. He gets treats and I sit on the floor with him while the vet exams him so that he stays focused on me instead of on what she's doing with his back legs and what not. Well, my concern is that last time he got his lepto booster he took a warning snap at one of the vet techs that was holding him and I don't know how he's going to react to them taking blood. I'm worried that he'll try to bite someone, which will get him in trouble, but I know he's basically saying 'ow! stop that!'. I did mention to them that he may need to be muzzled for the blood draw, but I have never had to muzzle him before so I don't know how he'll react to that either. Any suggestions on how to make this visit easier? It should be his last visit until May when his rabies vaccine comes due. I'm also curious as to if he should get the lepto part of the vaccine since he just got it not that long ago, I don't really want to give him the same vaccine that he just got in August, seems pointless pumping him full of stuff that he already had...opinions?
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