(Picture: Metro.co.uk)If you’re a dog owner, you’ll know that fireworks can be seriously stressful – and bonfire night is probably an annual source of anxiety.
In the second episode of “My Pet Tale,” where celebrities share how their pets have shaped their lives and become lovable, important members of the family, Benson FaceTimes her sweet pups and explains how they have helped her overcome anxiety.
No pet parent wants to see their dog in distress, but sometimes animals become nervous or fearful, especially when faced with loud noises, new people or a events, such as Halloween.
(Picture: CASEY BRUNO/CATERS NEWS )Paisley the dalmatian got an honorary mortar board and diploma for helping her owner graduate from university. (Picture: CASEY BRUNO/CATERS NEWS)Despite her ongoing battle with mental health issues, Casey graduated from the University of Central Florida in August with a degree in veterinary medicine.
Barnes & Noble recently announced that US sales of books related to anxiety are up more than 25% from a year ago, leading the retailer to hypothesise that “[Americans] may be living in an anxious nation”.
Shifting to a new city is okay, but the worst part is learning to live without my dogs. So, now when you take your pet for a walk, let them sniff around and explore stories.
But sometimes the problems can occur when owners do not understand the dog’s normal social behaviour.Here are four things people need to know when it comes to dogs.PUNISHMENT IN TRAININGIn the past we used to believe that because dogs are ‘pack animals’ that they need to understand who is “boss” or dominant.
They can be very stressful for many, who spend their time actively avoiding dog contact or even showing aggression.Only dogs who enjoy the company of other dogs should be taken to parks — and even then human supervision at all times is needed (it is never OK to leave them while you get a coffee).Dr Julie Ashton and her dog Loulou.Source:Supplied4.