Category: Dog Anxiety

Keeping Your Dog Safe & Calm on The Fourth of July

Independence Day celebrations are one of the highlights of summer. There’s yummy food, good friends and family all around, and of course, incredible fireworks displays. But while you may enjoy the dazzling shows that light up the sky at night, many dogs do not share the sentiment. The loud, continuous booms that penetrate the air… Read more »

How To Help Your Dog’s Anxiety

Just like their human parents, there are a lot of things that can trigger anxiety in a dog. Loud noises, being alone, other animals, car rides, new environments or stimuli, age—the list goes on and on. Anxiety is an exhausting and unpleasant condition that is not good for your dog’s quality of life. So, what… Read more »

Introducing Your Dog to a New Baby: Tips for an Easy Transition

You love your dog unconditionally—he’s the furriest member of your family, after all. However, when you bring home a new little (different) bundle of joy, the transition from receiving mom and dad’s unwavering attention, to now being an older sibling, can create a bit of confusion in your pup. Never fear, though! We have a… Read more »

Helping Your Pooch Through Halloween

Halloween is one of the most frightening nights of the year. The howls, the scary costumes, the way the air just seems to have a certain eerie electricity to it – it’s a night for the spirits, and for tricks and treats. However, this can also be a difficult night for your older canine friend…. Read more »

Accommodating Your Dog’s Anxiety

Just as people inevitably change as they get older, so do dogs. So although it may be difficult for you to understand, it is possible that your city dog may one day come to panic over the everyday sounds of your busy surroundings. You can’t exactly pack up your entire life and start over somewhere… Read more »