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Best Products for Dog Anxiety

An extensive range of anti-anxiety products for dogs How do you stop your dog from being stressed or behaving badly?  If your dog battles against boredom, a fear of other dogs, separation anxiety, thunderstorm anxiety or just stress in general,

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Understanding Anxiety in Dogs

Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress or a stressful situation, and just like humans, dogs too do have anxiety disorders. According to The American Kennel Club, anxiety in dogs affects all breeds. In spite of this, certain dog breeds

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Best Supplements for Dog Anxiety

An extensive range of supplements for dogs Supplements are available that help to produce feelings of calm and relaxation. They’re available in powder form or as chewable treats. You may consider pheromone spray products that emit a canine calming pheromone,

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Symptoms of anxiety in dogs.

Treatment for Dog Anxiety

You’ve taken Lucky to the vet because you think he may have anxiety issues. The veterinarian carried out testing which ruled out thyroid or brain disease, and did a blood workup to see if poisoning was an issue. So, Lucky

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Sources of Anxiety for Dogs

There are many sources of anxiety and Lucky may suffer from one or from several. Some of these anxiety issues are the following:
  • Noise Anxiety: Lucky becomes afraid when he hears loud noises. It could be such things as thunderstorms, the banging of garbage trucks, fireworks or even gunfire.
  • Confinement Anxiety: Lucky feels as if he’s trapped or confined in an area. He thinks that if his movements are restricted, and he feels threatened, then he can’t flee or escape.
  • Travel Anxiety is because even though the car has the appearance of a den, it moves. Lucky can feel stressed and unsure of the unexpected movement.

Symptoms of Anxiety in Dogs

If you think that anxiety is an issue for your dog, there are some behaviors to look for. Your dog may destroy property, over-groom himself, or pace.
Other behaviors may be:
  • Barks non-stop when you’re gone. You may not hear it, but your neighbors may tell you about it.
  • Chews up shoes, the walls, the furniture or gets into the garbage and either eats it or strews it all over the place.
  • Is pooping or peeing in his crate, where he’s confined or anywhere in the home, or if he is eating his feces.
  • If he starts to become aggressive towards other dogs, other animals or people, then he’s having anxiety difficulties.