Anxiety. We’ve all experienced it. The butterflies in your stomach before a big performance or presentation, the sweat gathering on your forehead during a job interview, or the suffocating feeling of being in a large crowd, unable to move freely.
Did you know that our pets experience anxiety, too? Dogs and cats can become anxious for a variety of reasons. It could be a car ride – maybe because they often involve a vet visit or maybe because the pet suffers from motion sickness. They might feel anxiety when left home alone. Pets may also feel anxious when encountering unexpected or unfamiliar people, animals, or situations.
This series of videos will introduce you to the most common anxieties and phobias pets experience, explain their origin, address symptoms and suggest potential solutions so your pet can live a long and happy life.
Published March 18, 2021