Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • USING PRESSURE TO TREAT YOUR DOG’S SEPARATION ANXIETY

    WHAT IS DOG SEPARATION ANXIETY?

    Leaving your dog or puppy home alone is never easy, but for many dogs, separation from their families can cause severe anxiety and real problems. Veterinarians and trainers call this condition “dog separation anxiety.” Based on our survey of over 2,000 dog owners in the United States, over 13% of all dogs suffer from separation anxiety. And the consequences can be severe for your dog, your family and your property.  Continue reading

  • USING PRESSURE TO TREAT YOUR DOG’S FEAR OF THUNDER

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    WHY ARE DOGS AFRAID OF THUNDER AND OTHER NOISES?

    According to our research, dog thunderstorm anxiety or fear of noises can arise from a variety or combination of factors. Some dogs have suffered a traumatic event involving loud noises or lightning strikes that creates a historic "trigger" for them to become anxious. Some dog breeds may have a genetic predisposition towards noise anxiety while some studies suggest that storm or noise anxiety could be a result of aging or hearing loss. No matter the specific cause, the need to relieve your dog’s fears becomes clear when your dog hides, shakes, or worse every time a storm rumbles.  Continue reading

  • IT MIGHT NOT BE “JUST A NOISE” TO YOUR DOG!

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    Unfortunately, for a dog that is afraid of noise, no amount of explaining or consoling will help. Noise Anxiety is a very real and very common problem for dogs across the globe. Nearly 15 million dogs suffer from noise anxiety severe enough for their owners to seek help. That’s a lot of anxiety! If your dog suffers from noise anxiety, there are alternative choices, to expensive medications, available to help relieve the stress.  Continue reading

  • USING PRESSURE TO TREAT DOG ANXIETY DURING CAR TRAVEL

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    WHAT IS CAR TRAVEL ANXIETY?

    While many dogs enjoy car rides, for some others, a car ride can become a trip of anxiety or over-excitement. According to our survey of over 2,000 dog owners across the United States, over 5% of dogs suffer from issues during travel. These issues can create real problems for taking your dog to the veterinarian, the groomer, or anywhere involving a car trip. Many dogs are so fearful of traveling, that even getting them in the car can be a struggle. Other forms of travel are also difficult for many dogs. Air travel in particular can be a very traumatic event that often require heavy sedation. Continue reading

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