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Anxiety

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Woody (dog!) is such a nervous wreck unfortunately.

He is OK with fireworks and cars.

But he has a separation anxiety so not very good being left on his own.

Recently our working hour pattern has changed and that made him a little unsettled.

Pacing up and down in the house all day.

We leave a motion detective camera on when we leave him alone, and it used to record less than 50 clips a day.

But now it increased and once we had 600 clips a day.

We can't use this medication everyday but will try tomorrow and see.
25th Mar 2007, 16:55   | tags:,

hildegard says:

If medication doesn't work, you might try an "Anxiety Wrap". It's a kind of cross between a dog coat & a support bandage. Many animals find being held very calming, obviously you have to work & can't cuddle him all day. The AW seems to work by making dogs feel like they're having a cuddle all the time & so helps to reduce fears.

Realise it sounds odd, but I was chatting to a bloke whose two dogs were terrified of loud noises &, living in the city, had to endure months of fireworks every year; they just became more & more neurotic... An AW each has got rid of all their anxiety symptoms....

25th Mar 2007, 17:13

ukmari says:

Oh thanks for the tip.

Sounds a lot better than the medication.

I rather avoid medication.

I had a quick looked the product on the net.

Does it available in UK? I wonder....

25th Mar 2007, 17:21

hildegard says:

Yes - several online retailers. Think you might also be able to order through dog clubs & some vets.

25th Mar 2007, 17:23

Dhamaka says:

poor Woody, let us know how it goes

25th Mar 2007, 17:38