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    Managing General Anxiety in Dogs and Cats

    Anxiety can set in before pet parents have a chance to react. A knock on the door or a crowded dog park can send your pet into a bout of uncontrollable shaking or sprinting all over the place. You can’t prevent anxiety every single time, but a few simple tricks can help your fur baby calm down a whole lot faster.

    Pawsitive Reinforcement for Less-Stressed Training

    Many pet parents are quick to snap at their dogs when they misbehave. After all, it’s frustrating when dogs repeatedly poop in the house or tear up the couch cushions. But punishing them only teaches fear—not obedience. Punishment may work in the moment, but owners who use this training tactic will find the bad behavior happens over and over again.

    How You Can Minimize Your Pet's Stress This Holiday Season

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year—for humans, that is! The holidays are filled with gifts, big dinners and visits from loved ones. From a pet’s perspective, though, all of that translates to loud noises and forced interactions. With that in mind, it comes as no surprise that pet parents see increased anxiety from their furry friends during the holiday season.

    8 Tips for Making Dogs Less Nervous in the Car

    There are two kinds of dogs: those who love car rides and those who absolutely despise them. Every pet parent wants their pup to experience what it’s like to feel the wind in their fur, tongue lolling to the side as they stick their head out the window. Unfortunately, many owners find their pups shivering and whimpering in the back seat, instead.

    8 Ways to Help Your Anxious Pet When You Return to Work

    The past few years have seen an influx of people working from home. A remote work environment is challenging at times, but not for your pet! They love having you at their beck and call. For pets, owners working from home is a dream come true.

    4 Common Triggers for Rescue Pets and How to be Mindful of Them

    Rescue pets tend to be a lot more sensitive to their environment than shelter or store-bought animals. Something as mundane as a ringing doorbell can send your furry friend into a frenzy that’s deeply rooted in abuse and neglect. Pet parents can never fully understand what an animal has been through. All that matters moving forward is learning to recognize their triggers and responding in the most effective ways.

    Rescue Pups May Have Bad Habits: Be Patient With Them!

    All too many dog owners miss out on the joys of adopting a rescue pup. They see behavioral issues and go running to pet stores, instead. Behaviors like aggression and separation anxiety deter people because they believe rescue pups are damaged forever. What they fail to see is that all dogs need training, regardless of whether they’re rescued, adopted or store bought. Rescue dogs aren’t a lost cause—they’re still capable of giving and receiving love!

    How to Prevent and Treat Puppy Separation Anxiety

    Dealing with separation anxiety is a pretty normal part of raising a puppy. They’ll whine and scratch at the door, desperate for your return. It’s no wonder they want to be around you all the time—you’re the one who rescued them! However, pet parents can’t stay home forever, so young pups have to make peace with some alone time.

    Can Gentle Massage Soothe Anxious Cats?

    Some cats love to be rubbed all over, while others prefer to keep their distance. But if your feline friend is suffering from stress and anxiety, a gentle massage might be just what they need to calm down!

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