Anxiety takes a toll on your pet's overall health. It can weaken their immune system, lead to gastrointestinal issues, and exacerbate pre-existing conditions. By actively addressing their anxiety, you're contributing to a longer, healthier, and happier life.
The most common reasons for anxiousness include separation anxiety, noise phobias, social anxiety, environmental changes, traumatic experiences or fear of abandonment.
For example one of the most common forms of anxiety in pets, separation anxiety, occurs when pets become distressed when separated from their owners or left alone. Additionally just like us humans - pets can struggle with traumatic experiences that leave behind lasting responses and stress.
As owners, we have the responsibility to ensure our pets' well-being.
Recognizing and caring for their anxiety is a demonstration of empathy and compassion.
It's a testament to our commitment to being responsible caregivers and stewards of their happiness and health.