Fear and Anxiety

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Many dogs experience anxiety and most often anxiety and fear are a result of not being socialized at an early age. It could also be traced back to a significant event. Separation anxiety—experienced by dogs when his/her pet parent leaves—is one of the most common kinds of anxiety. Loud noises, such as fireworks, also trigger fear and anxiety for many dogs. The feelings of fear and anxiety a dog experiences are not unlike those feelings’ humans experience. Understanding this is the first step.

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Bark at Me

Dog ready for the snow.

When we make New Year resolutions for ourselves, it is an opportunity to include our dogs. If you want to get more exercise you can take your dog on a walk. If you want more quiet time, there is doggie yoga and meditation. These activities with a dog at your side are a paw-some experience. Obesity is the number one health concern for humans and canines alike, so choosing healthy foods and fewer caloric treats is always a good idea.

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