No matter how many times you repeat the ritual, the ending results will be the same – crying, squealing, scratching the door and begging you to come back home. Until dogs grasp the concept of capitalism, it’ll remain impossible to explain to your puppy that you’re not abandoning it every time you leave for work. And while it breaks your heart seeing your furry companion so devastated, you need to grit your teeth and come with some innovative and fresh ideas that’ll help you keep your best friend happy while you’re away. These few tips just might give you a proper insight on where to start.
Puppy anxiety is a common issue among young dogs that can cause distress for both the animal and its owners. Anxiety can manifest in a variety of ways, including destructive behavior, vocalization, or physical symptoms like shaking or panting. However, there are many techniques that owners can use to reduce their puppy's anxiety and improve their quality of life. In this blog post, we will explore the causes and signs of puppy anxiety, as well as strategies for managing and preventing it.
Dogs, just like humans, can experience anxiety and panic attacks. These episodes can be quite distressing for both the dog and its owner. Understanding the signs of a dog anxiety attack and learning how to manage it are essential steps in ensuring your furry friend's well-being. In this blog post, we will explore what an anxiety attack looks like in a dog, how to respond when your dog has an anxiety attack, and the possible causes of sudden anxiety in dogs. We will also address the question, "Why is my dog acting weird and scared all of a sudden?" So, let's get started!
Have you ever asked yourself why your beloved dog is constantly shaking? While it may seem harmless, when the behavior becomes excessive, you need to address it. Some pups quiver due to emotions, such as extreme excitement or fear, but other times, dogs tremble when they’re in pain. Learn about the most common reasons your dog shakes, plus tips on alleviating the issue.
No matter the temperament of your animal, they’re bound to get nervous during a bad storm, just like any person would. If the sudden loud noises aren’t enough, the changes in barometric pressure can worsen sensory overload. To help you and your fuzzy or feathery friend, here’s how to make your pet feel safe in a storm shelter.
We love our fur babies, and they love us back. As a pet owner, you want to do everything you can for your dog because they are such an important member of your family. Whenever they have worries, fears, or concerns, you feel them too. If you’re dealing with an anxious dog, you want to help ease their stress. Here are four ways to help your dog deal with anxiety.