Dogs can form such strong emotional attachments to us that some of them don’t know how to handle themselves when we leave the house. For all of you caring pet owners who are asking, ‘Can dogs have separation anxiety?’, the answer is: absolutely yes.
Want to learn more about how to crate train a dog with separation anxiety? How big should the crate be? When you’re first learning how to crate train a dog with separation anxiety, you’re bound to have a lot of questions, exactly like I did.
If you go to work every day and need to leave your dog at home in their crate, how long should a dog be in a crate for exactly? How long is too long? Knowing how long you can crate your dog for is essential to maintaining their health and happiness.
What helps dogs with separation anxiety? What can I give my dog for anxiety they’re experiencing? If you’re like me, you’d prefer to know the answer to this question sooner rather than later, so your furry loved one doesn’t live in a constant state of panic.
It’s hard seeing our dogs in pain and sad to imagine the emotional turmoil they must feel when we leave. It’s impossible for dogs to understand that you’ll be back later. That’s why it’s important to find out the best dog separation anxiety solutions to calm them down.
There are several ways for reducing anxiety in dogs that do not require medication or drugs of any kind. For many dog owners that means a change in diet for their fur baby. Food can have a positive impact and be an easy solution for treatment for dog anxiety.
We noticed that Oscar started to show signs of nervousness and anxiety. We took him to the vet and he passed all the tests that rule out any illness. Instead of putting him on anti-anxiety meds, we wanted to find an alternative method to control his anxiety.
Has your dog started exhibiting signs of anxiety and now you are looking for answers on how to deal with separation anxiety in dogs? Then this article is exactly what you need to read. The good news is, this behaviour can be rectified using these tips.
Does your dog pant, pace, shake and sometimes hide during thunderstorms? And do you often wonder “why is my dog scared of loud noises?” If this sounds familiar, you may have what is known as a noise-sensitive dog. Don’t worry, this article will explain it all.
Confinement is unnatural for dogs because they are social animals. However, with the demands of the average busy household where work schedules, school, errands and other chores, some dogs may require to spend some of the day in a confinement area.