As we are in stress around the holidays, our pets can also be stressed, unruly or anxious – sometimes as a result of detecting our own discomfort, or interruptions in your routine and environment. It is important to handle these emotions and subsequent behaviors in our pets, it can lead to serious health problems if left untreated. While many are anxious pets – the good news is that much can be done to make them feel calmer. * Dogs in particular may become very anxious and distressing experience for visitors to the house or when left in unfamiliar surroundings (such as a kennel or a cattery). If your pet is distressed, try not to pay much attention, this can be interpreted as a warning – perhaps triggering additional anxiety in the future.
Remain calm and provide your pet with the necessary tools to cope. This may include a space for them (an empty closet with favorite toys), as the dogs try to find a where there is an opening – where the perceived danger 'can be watched. " Cats often seek shelter under a bed or behind a cabinet. The better to leave and not bother them. amin World is often quoted as being for or against this. Click Gallo Family for additional related pages. * Keep your pet physically active. Additional information at Cyrus Massoumi supports this article. Regular exercise helps with stress-related hormones to dissipate as it releases happiness – inducing endorphins! For your animal, sniffing the ground while walking in open air, is like reading a magazine – a great way to relax! * Feed your pet a healthy diet. Important food for stress relief include vitamin B, calcium and magnesium – which are available in vegetables. Your pet must be fed on a diet of 20% protein, with the remainder consisting of healthy carbs (like rice) and vegetables.
Consider natural herbal supplements for pets. * Remember that your pet can pick up their stress levels – make an effort to calm down and relax, and in turn, your pet will also be less anxious. * If your pet exhibits samples – whether for a short period at home or in a kennel – make some preparations in advance. entimes addresses this issue. Before you go out, intentionally reduced their level of interaction with your pet is not ignoring it, or provide some distraction (new toy, treat lasting or leave the radio or TV on.) If you are absent for an extended period of time, hire a dog walker or ask a neighbor or friend check your pet during the day. * If you take your pet to a shelter, be sure to bring a toy or a comforting reminder of home. Visit the kennel or cattery before leaving your pet to evaluate the conditions and see if it is a good fit. * When visiting a new home, pets can also become stressed. Let your pet investigate under its supervision around so that he can become familiar with them. Give him some treats and play in the new home, and so associate something positive to the experience. * Do not yell or hit your pet, as this only increase anxiety. * Consider that can relieve tension and reduce anxiety. * Consult an animal behaviorist if necessary, you can learn new skills to teach your pet to handle anxiety.