Your pet is in stress, how to help?
Dogs are incredibly susceptible animals. They are sensitive to everything that happens in the world around them and in their own lives. Let's see how we can help our loyal friends.
Poor appetite or attempts to eat inedible items, changes in behaviour (from apathy to unexpected aggression), deterioration in appearance (baldness, dull, poorly combed hair, drooling), unpredictability of actions, trembling, insomnia, diarrhea, frequent urination… All this can be signs of stress in the dog. There are many stressful situations in the life of a dog. These can be trips, moving to a new house, overexposure in a pet store or with relatives of the owners, visiting a veterinary clinic and groomer, the appearance of a new pet or loneliness, noise in the apartment and on the street.


If your pet shows signs of stress, don't panic.
You should:
Get rid of the cause
Try to identify the cause of the stressful situation, get rid of the irritating factor (make the TV sound quieter, hide a scary toy, leave the area where they walk the dog that scared your pet)
Distract by treating
If it is impossible to eliminate the irritant (for example, the roar of fireworks and firecrackers), you should distract your pet by treating it to a treat, find a place in the apartment where the roar of fireworks or the sounds of thunder in a thunderstorm are not so audible, do not leave it alone in the house during this period
Give soothing drops
One of the ways to help your pet cope with emotions at home is to give it a sedative based on natural ingredients, for instance, Alpinol's CBD Oil for Dogs or for Cats. Before using the drops, you need to consult with a veterinarian. A specialist will assess the condition of the animal and the need for additional help if the dog's anxiety is related to internal problems of the body.