Sadie’s family adopted the dog from a shelter when she was only a year old.
The new owners fell in love with the playful and cheerful pet at first sight.
According to Sadie’s adoptive “mom” Kaeley Simek, her dog’s life is an eternal holiday.
She radiates energy and is ready to have fun from morning to evening – except for the days when she has to go to the vet.
Ever since the puppy’s first vaccination, Sadie has hated going to the doctor.
She has long understood that a visit to the clinic is almost always associated with injections and resists as best she can.
Kaeley tried to rid her pet of her fear of doctors by changing several clinics, and finally met Dr. Noah – a “singing” veterinarian who easily calms down frightened patients.
In addition, in his clinic, he refused to wear white coats, which make animals nervous.
At the very first visit, Dr. Noah managed to endear Sadie to him. She curled up in fear.
Then the doctor just sat on the floor and began to play a guitar, singing a lyrical song.
And it worked: the owners of the dog could only be surprised at how their fearful pet, by the end of the performance, licked the doctor with might and main and calmly allowed herself to be given two vaccinations.
Dr. Noah understands how stressful it can be for many animals to visit the veterinary clinic.
With the help of music, he tries to create a positive atmosphere and cheer up his patients.
In the case of Sadie, this tactic proved to be the most correct.
She trusted the “singing” doctor and now perceives visits to him more calmly.
“She’s still scared,” says Kaeley, “but he always finds time to sit and chat with Sadie. We go to him every week to create positive associations for the dog. He has a big heart!”