One struggle I often hear about from pet parents is, “My dog has bad anxiety.” Firstly, I’m terribly sorry. I know what you’re going through and I understand how difficult it can be. Although I’m not a veterinarian, there are some ideas that I have for helping your dog with their anxiety. I’ve learned first hand about the challenges you face, as Khloee’s anxiety has been apparent since she was just a wee gal. While this post offers suggestions, please note that I absolutely recommend consulting a veterinarian or licensed canine behaviorist if you think your dog’s anxiety is out of your control.
As a fellow dog parent I’m sure you understand how difficult it can be for your dog to get adequate exercise and stimulation during certain times of the year. Whether it’s intense summer heat or winter storms, taking our dogs outside to walk and play isn’t always an option. Luckily, indoor mental enrichment activities can get you and your pup through the undesirable seasons. Need some ideas? Enjoy this list of stimulating indoor activities for your dog.