How to deal with nervous and anxious behavior in pets
Anxiety in Pets
Pets can suffer from anxiety in one form or another. They can have separation anxiety or become depressed and stressed because of loneliness. There are solutions to this type of behavior. I am not a dog behaviorist like Cesar Millan but I do have some experience working with anxious pets.
I worked in a pet salon for a number of years and witnessed a lot of different forms of anxiety in pets. Separation anxiety occurred frequently because they were dropped off by their owners in an unfamiliar environment.
Some dogs were easy going about it, some dogs loved it, and others were pretty frightened by the whole ordeal. Sometimes they would become frightened enough that I would offer an express service. This ensured the dog would wait in a kennel at all.
Separation anxiety can be a real problem among pets and can create destructive habits. This article is aimed to provide you with ways you can help your pet when they become anxious.
|Pets can become anxious during a storm or when you leave. They can become anxious around strangers or when they hear strange noises.|
If the anxiety of your pet is severe there are medications available from your veterinarian that will definitely make a huge impact on your pet's nerves. Sometimes it just takes a push to develop healthier feelings while you work toward better behavior.
There are also holistic approaches to calming nerves that can be found online or at pet stores. They can be given in the dog's water, as a treat, or in pill form. There are various different products varying in their effectiveness.
|Comfort during a storm|
Some of the tools available are- Supplements, thunder shirts, anxiety prescriptions from a vet, calm collars, pheromone plugins, pheromone sprays, extra walks, and crate or kennel training. Thundereas products have higher reviews.
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