Fern was adopted as a rescue and had behavioral issues. She suffered from anxiety and had an overall very anxious personality.
Ziggy is completely deaf and suffered from extreme anxiety after spending time in the pound. After he was rescued, he became extremely attached to his new owner and had severe separation anxiety. He also became anxious at night and was aggressive when he was unable to see in the dark, nipping at his owner’s houseguests.
Samson was dropped on his owner’s doorstep when he was 6 weeks old and from a young age suffered separation anxiety and thunderstorm anxiety. He would counter climb, find things to shred, and rip up furniture while his owner was gone. Unfortunately even after extensive training, he always afraid when his owner left.
Coop and Capo are brothers who were suffering from noise anxiety specifically triggered by fireworks, dogs barking on tv, and sirens. Not only were the dogs anxious but it was causing their owner additional stress.
5-year-old Scotch has suffered separation anxiety since he was a puppy. Scotch was also afraid of car rides, thunderstorms, fireworks, and other loud noise events. Scotch’s owner was looking for a way to remove stress from Scotch’s life without the side effects of Benadryl or other medications.
Daxter is an energetic beagle harrier mix who suffers from anxiety. Daxter was previously unable to ride in a car without becoming panicked and barking in fear, and also suffered from separation anxiety when dropped off at daycare.
8-year-old miniature schnauzer Molly suffered from anxiety — both separation anxiety from her owners as well as noise anxiety when loud unexpected sounds like thunder or fireworks occurred.
Chewie and Rico had issues boarding and being away from their mother — until they found CBD Dog Health.
“10…9…8…7….” Can you feel the tension? “6… 5… 4…” Your dog certainly can. Because in 3 seconds, when the clock strikes midnight one New Year’s Day, fireworks will begin (that is, if they haven’t already been going off.) “3… 2… 1… HAPPY NEW YEAR!” According to a 2015 study published in Applied Animal Behavior Science,…
by Krista Lyons Everyone is familiar with the signs of an anxious dog. Panting, pacing, barking – all par for the course. But with cats, anxiety can be harder to spot. For a long time, I thought my cat Henri was just a jerk. He would tear up the carpet under any closed door (much…