Thus began Piglet’s long history of noise phobias. Below is the story of my struggle to help her cope with these phobias and, eventually, generalized anxiety disorder. While I would urge anyone dealing with anxiety issues to first try natural methods of treatment, it is important to know there are medications that can offer your dog quality of life that may not be obtainable in any other way.
Tips for Dealing with your Dog's Separation Anxiety | The Spoiled Dog
It's quite normal for loud noises to startle humans and pets alike. A fear of fireworks and lloud noises in general is common in dogs and other pets, and in many cases is accompanied by other anxieties, such as a or . However, some dogs may experience an excessive fear or phobia to loud noises that can be harmful to their well-being.
Five Tips to Help Dog Separation Anxiety | Cesar Millan
The disorder we call separation anxiety ranges in flavor to mild to a super triple extreme form that some of my colleagues prefer to call separation panic. The common element is that the dog’s behavior looks, as far as we non-telepathic types can see, like an expression of distress at being left alone. And that’s the key--not frustration or boredom, but distress.
Separation Anxiety in Dogs: A Holistic Approach
We asked our fans what their biggest Pet Problems were and this week, @sneakyspence asked, "why does my dog get such bad separation anxiety, and how can i make it better?"What’s described above is not a hypothetical situation. Sadly, this scenario is very common among dogs that suffer from separation anxiety. I have spoken with many clients whose dogs have jumped through glass windows and suffered deep lacerations from the broken glass. These gashes sometimes affect precious ligaments and vital arteries, and oftentimes need to be surgically repaired. I have even seen cases where dogs, in an attempt to reunite with their owner, jump over fences, chase their owner’s car down the street, only to get hit by a speeding car.