Signs Your Dog is Stressed and Natural Remedies You Can Use Today
Updated: Aug 16
Stress and anxiety can be common in us and our pets. Some dogs are difficult to identify signs of stress, while others will be very apparent through behaviors like destroying the house when you are away or hiding in the closet during a thunderstorm.
Have you ever had a dog chew their way out of crate while you were away?
Or maybe they would chew raw spots on their front limbs even though they did not have skin allergies?
In this short video, we identify some obvious but also subtle signs of stress your dog may be displaying so you can identify if your dog is dealing with this condition. There are many remedies for pet stress ranging from supplements to behavior modifications. If you are finding that your pet is having extreme anxiety, please contact a veterinary behaviorist on ways to address the anxiety.
In this video, you will learn about:
Signs of anxiety
How you can help your stressed dog
Nutritional support for stress
Holistic remedies such as CBD, supplements and essential oils
By learning about how stress can affect our dogs, we can modify their behaviors to reduce stress and integrate natural remedies to further reduce the stress response! Utilizing multiple modalities together, a majority of the time, we can avoid having to use anti-anxiety medications which can have side effects for our pets. Sometimes drugs are needed, especially if our pets are potentially going to cause damage or hurt themselves. However, there are many natural remedies we can utilize to help our furry friends.
Learn more about how nutrition can be used to reduce stress in your dog here.
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*Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian or doctor. Dr. Katie Woodley cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make medical recommendations for your pet without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.