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Anxiety is that fear-based mindset that eats away at the best of us. Emotional creatures like ourselves, dogs also have to deal with the hardships of anxiety, perhaps on a more exacerbating scale, they can’t communicate with us the way humans communicate with each other.
Summer, especially, is a time for high anxiety for dogs and other pets. Fireworks, thunderstorms, noisy motorcycles, summer house guests can disturb the natural schedule and mood of our beloved pups. It’s always important to take your pet to the vet if you see signs of anxiety. In addition to professional visits, there are also some simple home remedies that may assist you in caring for your anxious ball of fur too: