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« on: November 14, 2021, 09:11:03 PM »
Five Common Dog Anxiety Causes
Your dog may be acting anxious. What do dogs with anxiety look like? Do you think it's separation anxiety or another? There are many types of dog anxiety. This blog post will help you to better understand your dog's situation. This blog post offers excellent tips for helping dogs with anxiety. Here is some more separation anxiety in dogs info.
 
Dogs Anxiety and Dogs: Causes
There are many reasons for anxiety in dogs. Here are the five most frequent.
Being Left Alone
Dogs love to be part of a group. Dogs are drawn to being part of the family and are often anxious when they are separated from their owners or other members. Dogs are prone to destructive behavior because of separation anxiety.
Signs of separation anxiety may be:
-Peeing and peeing in the home when separation anxiety is present
Barking or howling constantly and at times at night when you are left to yourself
Refugee from their your house by climbing through fences or leaping over gates chewing on doors, walls, etc.
Chewing on items like furniture, shoes, clothes. This is a method for dogs to ease anxiety.
 
Tip:
Make a safe space for your pet when you are gone to help them with separation anxiety. Your pet will feel more secure in a den with comfortable bedding.
Food-filled toys can be a good alternative. So long as they don't cause any injuries or choke hazards to your pet,
 
 
 
Loud Noise
Dogs can be very sensitive to loud noises especially when they have not been exposed to before.
Dogs may become anxious when they hear repetitive, loud sounds like:
- Fireworks
- Thunderstorms
- Sirens
Construction
Side note: Dogs can also become anxious when they hear loud noises, such as the sound of squeaky toys or dog collars.
If dogs' anxiety is caused by loud noises, the anxiety may be reduced or prevented with training.
 
Tip:
Introduce loud sounds for your pet in a constructive manner in order to decrease noise anxiety. You can record recordings of fireworks or thunderstorms, and pair these sounds up with something relaxing, such as snacks or toys they love.
Wraps for anxiety are another option. They function just like an infant swaddles when they are upset. Gentle pressure can assist in soothing your dog's anxiety.
 
Changes in the environment at home
Dogs love routine and patterns. They like to know what they are expected to do as well as what they should do to please their pack members, and how they "fit" within the household unit.
Here are some changes that can cause anxiety in your dog.
Moving into a brand new residence or taking your family along with you during your move to a new home
The removal of family members (or the packmate) from the house. death, divorce)
- New additions to the family like a baby, new pet, etc...
- Changes to your work schedule (e.g. for instance, you work from home as opposed to. previously).
Changes in routines can stress dogs. So if anxiety is triggered due to a change of the environment and your dog is stressed, working with him to alleviate anxiety should involve both training and creating new routines for your home.
 
Tip:
Anxiety wraps are a good option to dogs who are anxious because of the loss or separation of a family member, packmate or pet.
Include new family members in your dog's training to show them how to behave in their presence. By combining positive activities such as treats or praise with family members who are new to the household and ensure that your dog will be content.
 
Strangers
The dogs are naturally scared of strangers. An unfamiliar face can cause anxiety in dogs.
This could be a sign of anxiety symptoms such as
- Barking or growling at strangers while you are outside walking.
The furniture is hidden behind it or beneath beds or in the bed when guests are planning to dinner/visit
- Scratching at the walls, doors, and windows to disperse people they're not familiar with.
Begin teaching your dog how you want to behave around strangers, if your dog is anxious when they meet strangers.
This can help your dog feel more at ease when they meet new people and will be able to have new guests within your home. It will also help reduce anxiety.
 
Tip:
Your dog will become more comfortable with strangers if you introduce them gradually. For instance, you could invite the person to lay on the floor and eat treats and give your dog plenty of space to consume them. As time passes, you can request the person to sit closer to your dog, until finally allowing them to approach one another.
 
Cars
Dogs may become anxiety-ridden while in cars in particular if they've never been exposed to car rides before or have had a traumatic experience previously.
Signs that anxiety in dogs can be triggered by car trips may include:
Whining and barking inside the car
Shaking or shaking during driving
- Try to escape from the vehicle by hiding behind/under the seat
 
Tip:
A gradual exposure to your dog on rides and in cars is a great method to get your dog used to driving.
Reward your dog for being calm in cars , and not nervous or afraid.
This allows them to feel more comfortable in the car, and ultimately ride in it without any worry.
 
 
 
Conclusion
The cause of anxiety in dogs can be caused by many different factors. But, with regular training and consistency you will discover that your dog is more relaxed around these triggers.
If anxiety is present Begin by exposing them to the trigger slowly (i.e. cars rides). Then introduce new surroundings and people to their lives.
Working with your dog to reduce anxiety will make them feel more relaxed.