An animal’s behavior sometimes may be a clue to their overall health. Check out Pet Health Pharmacy’s resources below to learn more about why animals may act the way they do.
ARE YOU STRESSING YOUR PET OUT?
Gestures, posture, and body language are just some of the behaviors or actions that may miscommunicate our feelings toward our pets. Learning to be sensitive to the needs of our pets may help improve the bond between pets and their humans.
CANINE STORM ANXIETY
Dogs have the capacity to experience emotions similar to humans, and can develop a variety of psychological conditions, including phobias such as canine storm anxiety. Is there a way to relieve our dogs’ symptoms of storm anxiety and make them feel secure?
Cats and dogs are naturally creatures of habit, so it can be a challenge to set up a routine that is reliable without becoming monotonous. By tuning into their other animal instincts, however, we can ensure their play indoors staves off boredom and maintains their well-being.
PROPER TRAINING GIVES DOGS SAFER INTERACTIONS
As dog owners we owe our dogs the safety of understanding their demeanor and working with them to live a happy socialized life.
SIGNS OF SEPARATION ANXIETY
As social animals, some dogs become anxious when left alone, especially if they have experienced a traumatic separation in the past (such as being surrendered at an animal shelter). In this article, PHP Pete outlines some steps you can take to help ease your pet’s anxiety while correcting his behavior.