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Dog Anxiety

Just like humans and other species, dogs can experience anxiety too! Whether it’s a short-term scare from a firework bursting in the air or a long-term experience when you leave for work, there are a variety of ways in which your dog can feel anxious. This guide is to help point you in the right direction for understanding and managing your dog’s specific anxiety triggers.


If you’re new to having a dog that experiences anxiety or you think your pup might have the condition, then you might not know how to manage it. There are many different types of dog anxiety and each dog experiences anxiety in their own way. If you think there’s a chance that your dog is experiencing anxiety or your dog is newly diagnosed with anxiety, check out our blog that can help you identify the signs and manage your dog’s anxiety diagnosis.

EASING YOUR DOG’S SEPARATION ANXIETY Since dogs are social animals by nature, it can be difficult for them to be left alone. This condition is commonly known as dog separation anxiety, and it can look different for every dog. However, some of the most common signs of separation anxiety include:

  • Excessive howling, barking, or whining.

  • Accidents indoors even though they’re housetrained.

  • Destruction of your home or belongings.

  • Excessive drooling, pacing, panting, licking, or chewing.

  • Trying to escape.

It can be extremely beneficial for both you and your pup to learn more about easing your dog’s separation anxiety and how long you can or should keep your dog home alone.


Not every dog loves the thrill from a crack of thunder or the bright sensation of lightning, which is why pet parents know that it can be stressful to console their dog during a storm. The loud, unpredictable sounds and flashes can be scary for dogs, which is why it’s essential for pet parents with fearful pups to read through the different ways to calm your dog during storms.


Crackling fireworks is another common experience that many dogs are afraid of. Dogs are much more sensitive to sound and light than humans are, so an exciting boom to us is especially frightening for our furry friends. In fact, dogs are more likely to run away on the 4th of July than any other day of the year. To help avoid this happening with your dog, learn more about keeping your dog calm during fireworks. Visit our PROMOS tab on our website to get some great Calm Pet Promos for the rest of this month. Happy Summer!

Reference: Stella & Chewys

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