Anxiety in Dogs and Cats

Anxiety in Dogs and Cats

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Claire Primo, Veterinary Nurse for BHV

So informative!

Sarrah Cummings
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Sarrah Cummings

This is really an informative article! Even our pets experienced anxiety and just like us, this must be treated properly. We should try to bond with them as often as possible so we could also observe how they behave. Thumbs up! 🙂

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Larina

What you you recommend for a german shepherd with canine compulsive disorder, chronic tail chasing that she constantly does to the point of her tail bleeding. We have tried everything. Allergen free good clean diet, she gets plenty of excersise, no chemicals in the house etc. Its incredibly sad to see her like this and not being able to help her.
Our vet has suggested an anti seizsure medication but looking at the side effects leaflet it can cause liver complications. Id much rather go the natural route to help her.

Jacquie Edie, Veterinary Nurse for BHV
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Jacquie Edie, Veterinary Nurse for BHV

Hi Larina, Thank you for your comment! I know how frustrating this must be for you and your German Shepherd. In our practice we have seen good success with the use of CBD oil in the treatment of anxiety in dogs. For a bigger dogs we recommend HempRx Forte because the bottle is more than twice the volume and is twice as concentrated as HempRx so you only have to give her half of the amount. For a large dog, it is much more cost effective in the long run. If you try CBD oil for your girl, please keep… Read more »

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dhkirk

We have a multi-cat household and have evolved to a contraposition on this “Feed your pet’s separately. Mealtime can be a huge source of stress. For cats it maybe helpful if they cannot see each other.” We found that presenting food serially to each cat, caused aggression … we hypothesize that this is because we have created a situation wherein the cat not receiving their meal sees the meal that the other cat is receiving in a resource (food) contention circumstance. Whereas, when we present meals to all the cats at the same time, (a) there is no resource (food)… Read more »

Jacquie Edie, Veterinary Nurse for BHV
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Jacquie Edie, Veterinary Nurse for BHV

I’m so glad you found a system that works for your crew.

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