If You Spot A Pooch With A Scarf Tied Around Its Body, This Is What It Probably Means

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Another cause of anxiety in dogs is loud noises such as thunderstorms and fireworks. Signs of noise-related phobias in dogs may present themselves in many different ways. These range from hiding, chewing, panting and pacing to clinginess with their owner, trembling and barking.

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Medicating animals with these conditions is one option. The medications available include sedatives, which can be given to a dog after a consultation with a vet. These may, however, have side effects that could negate the benefits of giving them to your pet.

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As a result, many pet owners turn to alternative methods to calm their dogs. Sometimes these soothing tricks can be as simple as creating a calm environment, putting out serene vibes yourself, or even a method of massage called TTouch.

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