Just like humans, your four-legged companion can experience low to high levels of anxiety. Not being able to go outside due to inclement weather (like a snowstorm) can produce anxiety in a pet that is accustomed to playing outdoors. Or simply leaving your pet home alone can make your four-legged family member anxious. Most of the time once the anxiety-provoking cause has subsided, most dogs and cats will go back to being their normal cool, calm and collected selves. But what if they don’t? What’s a pet parent suppose to do?
Archive - January 2016
The joy of adding a four-legged friend to your family can be easily overshadowed if you don’t know how to train it. Simple chores such as taking him out for a walk, climbing stairs, getting in a car, visiting the vet or house-training can become a major chore if you don’t know the basics on how to train your new family member. Read More