If furry friends had a choice, they’d always be by our side. But there are times we just have to be apart – which can put some pets in a panic. Sit, stay and read July’s tips for helping them cope with separation anxiety.
Did you know?
Pets pick up when we’re stressed, but how do we know when our four-legged friends are feeling frenzied? Watch out for these obvious signs (and some subtle clues) that pets are panicking from separation anxiety – and other stress triggers, too.
When pets struggle with alone time, sometimes it can help to make their space more exciting and your time together more valuable. Boredom busters like puzzle toys and exercise are a great way to pass the time and take their mind off of the situation.
keep calm & carry on
It can be heartbreaking to deal with an anxious pet, but there are many things you can try to soothe the sting of separation – including these seven natural solutions that cover everything from daily activity to calming scents.