Posts Tagged: Anxiety In Pets
After months of constant togetherness during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, the post-lockdown life can feel like another big change. We have to adjust to setting our alarms and dealing with the daily commute once more. Kids will soon be out and about during summer activities and the busy life as we used to know it will return. During COVID-19, your furry one may have reaped the rewards of you being by their side during the day. But, what now?
If your pet has been struggling with the transition, your friends at Animal Family Veterinary Care Center are empathetic with this scenario. We are here with some suggestions to help your loved one deal with separation anxiety and its associated problems.Continue…
From the sudden rumble of thunder to the hiss-pop-and-bang of local fireworks, noise anxiety in pets is a common concern for many pet owners.
During the spring and summer months, noise from thunderstorms and those celebratory post-ballgame and Fourth of July fireworks can present more of a problem for noise-sensitive pets.
Although most pets can be frightened by noise, in some it becomes a chronic condition or phobia that can create health issues and an increased risk of escape.
Since it is impossible to shelter a pet from all noises, the question is what can be done to help your fur friend better cope with the ensuing clamor. Continue…