Dog Anxiety, Scared Dog and Why Dogs are Scared of Thunder | Natural Ways to Help a Dog in a Panic Attack

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Dog anxiety and how to naturally help a scared dog. Learn some common dog anxiety symptoms and how to help a dog scared of thunder in my radio interview with Dr. Judy Morgan.

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32 thoughts on “Dog Anxiety, Scared Dog and Why Dogs are Scared of Thunder | Natural Ways to Help a Dog in a Panic Attack

  1. Thanks for sharing this! Fortunately, while we have some wary dogs, we don’t have any MAJOR issues. They are not fans of the thunder or fireworks, but have their ways to cope.

  2. I have been fortunate that my dogs have not had a fear of thunder and storms. When they were pups, I would never react to loud noises or storms, I would just continue on like everything was normal. I attribute this to their calmness. However, I did have a dog growing up that would try to hide in a closet during thunder storms and as much as we tried to comfort her she could never relax.

  3. Both of my male dogs are scared of thunder and fireworks. Henry hides under my bed and Jack paces and pants. We use rescue remedy and have thundershirts. Both seem to make a big difference.

  4. Thunderstorms, fireworks – neither are a good combination with dogs. My kids wear thundershirts. I’m not sure who feels better about it, me or them! Is real and pet parents need to acknowledge it.

  5. The best way, of course, is appropriate training to change the emotions in the first place. This may or may not need chemical help. I do like natural options. We do have Adaptil and Bach Rescue Remedy on hand.

  6. My dogs don’t seem to have any phobias, but two of my sisters each had a dog who was afraid of thunder and fireworks. It was tough on all of them.

  7. Ugh, perfect timing with the upcoming holiday! I just had clients ask in class today about fireworks and what we can do to help and educate for future reference.

  8. I never had a dog so I don’t know what it’s like however I have a friend who expresses the same issue. Her dog is scared of thunderstorms and firecrackers. My cat had the same issue with VERY severe storms. It would put her on edge and she’d scurry away and find a hiding spot until the storm passed.

  9. Phoebe is pretty fearless, but my Husky Icy is terrified of fireworks and thunder. She hears the first signs and runs into the back of the walk-in closet! I dread the 4th of July. Thanks for all these resources.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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