So many dog owners look for tips to ease separation anxiety in dogs, simply because separation anxiety in dogs is a common issue that can be distressing for both pets and their owners. When left unaddressed, separation anxiety in dogs can lead to destructive behaviour, incessant barking, and a host ...

Ayda Hornak     |     Jan 31, 2024

How to recognise dog anxiety symptoms is crucial for providing the best care and support to your fur family. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the causes, symptoms, and management techniques for canine anxiety.  We’ll also discuss various products and tips available to help ease your dog’s anxiety and improve ...

Ayda Hornak     |     Oct 24, 2023

Dog relaxation techniques that work. Studies show anxiety in dogs is far more common than we realise. In fact, over 70% of dogs in this study displayed signs of anxiety and stress.  Unfortunately, most of us are unable to recognise the subtle cues our dogs display when they are suffering ...

Ayda Hornak     |     Oct 23, 2023

Common causes of anxiety in dogs can range from the well-documented separation anxiety to factors such as genetic predispositions and the impact of aging, each canine carries a unique emotional fingerprint that requires careful consideration and thoughtful solutions.  As pet owners, we often find ourselves deciphering the subtle nuances of ...

Ayda Hornak     |     Jul 25, 2023

Spotting the signs of anxiety in dogs can be challenging. Some signs are subtle and may seem like normal actions, such as yawning or lip-licking. Canine anxiety is much like human anxiety.  The difference is that it plays out differently for dogs and potentially puts them and you in situations ...

Ayda Hornak     |     Jan 24, 2023

Emotional distress in anxious dogs is a common issue that affects countless dogs around the world. Sadly, some pet owners often overlook the signs or mistake the symptoms of emotional distress for misbehaviour.  When we misinterpret their actions and punish them for what we perceive as ‘bad behaviour,’ we unwittingly ...

Ayda Hornak     |     Oct 1, 2022