We all get anxious sometimes. Life sometimes throws us curve-balls from all directions, new situations can be scary, and sometimes you just don’t know why you need a hug: you just do.
What’s true for us is as true – if not more so – for our dogs.
It’s heartbreaking to see your dog in obvious distress especially when you can’t figure out what’s wrong – I’ve been there with my dogs and a good portion of my private practice is based on helping clients pinpoint and treat anxiety in their own dogs.
Luckily, anxiety in dogs is also something that I’ve written about extensively and I’ve collected all our articles into a single page to make things easier to find the information to help you and your dog:
- Is your dog anxious on on-leash walks or becomes anxious if they just see the leash? This article can help:
- Thinking about getting a Thundershirt to help your dog during periods of anxiety? Find out what we think:
- Does everyone in your family love holidays except for your dog? This article can help:
- Thinking about giving dog appeasing pheromone a try to help treat your dog’s anxiety? Find out what we think: