Ah, the non-violent protest. I've never personally had to deal with that but I hope you get some answers soon
I would say that it's not the floors that bother her but more likely the smells there. She may be associating the smell of the place with things she doesn't like such as shots and being poked and prodded. I don't really know the best way to fix it but that's what I would guess the real problem is.:butfly: My 4 mo. old Dob will not walk on the floors in a store or at the vets office. She flattens herself and will not budge. I've tried treats, walking a bit away and calling, everything I can think of. She'll walk the minute we leave, but rides in the cart at Petsmart. Really friendly w everybody but it's embarrasing to have this horse in the cart happy as heck while the little dogs walk by her.At home, no problems, we have wood, tile, and the kitchen floor is just like what the vet has. I don't understand it. I wouldn't care but she's getting to BIG for me to lift. HELP PLEASE !!! Thanks.