Anxiety can come in many forms for your dog. The most common are:
Fear Anxiety: This can be caused by thunder, fireworks, other dogs barking, people yelling and introduction of new places, people and other pets.
Age Anxiety: Some dogs can get anxious as they get older. Many times Age Anxiety is associated with memory related issues. Yes, dogs can experience dementia just like humans can.
Separation Anxiety: According to the Merck Veterinary Manual, over 15% of all dogs experience anxiety when separated from their owners and / or normal home life.
The good news there is hope for relieving your dog’s anxiety. The first step is to identify the type of anxiety your dog is suffering from. Please take our free online quiz to determine what type of anxiety your dog is suffering from and what you can do to relieve it.
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