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Author: Beth Shemo

Easing Your Pet’s Stress

If your pet is exhibiting one or more signs of stress, the first step is to have them examined by your veterinarian to rule out any underlying medical issues. If everything checks out, you can consider these holistic approaches to help reduce your pet’s anxiety and stress for their increased Read More…

Is Your Pet Stressed???

Our pets feel stress and are affected by it in some of the same ways that humans are.  Stress and anxiety in our pets are normally identified by either body language or behaviors.  A recent Finnish study used social media to reach out to the owners of 13,715 dogs of Read More…

What’s Causing Your Pet’s Stress?

Many pets today are prone to anxiety and stress.  The stress of living with a fear or anxiety disorder can negatively affect your pet’s health and longevity.  The more you know about what triggers your pet’s anxiety, the behaviors she exhibits when anxious, and the effect of stress on her Read More…

Preparing for Your New Puppy

Did you get a puppy for Christmas?  Bringing a new puppy home can be such an exciting time, but it can also be somewhat stressful as everyone makes adjustments to integrate the new puppy into the household.  Preparation in advance of his arrival can lessen this stress and help ensure Read More…

Sharing Thanksgiving with your Animal Family

Calming Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety

What is Separation Anxiety? Separation anxiety is a common and often misunderstood problem for many dogs today. A dog with true separation anxiety is having a panic attack (similar to ones humans have) and has no control over it. He is not a bored, grumpy dog seeking revenge on his Read More…

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