Amazing Wellness


“For pets, the best therapy is interacting with you rather than being allowed to roam and do useless activities.”

As creatures of habit, animals become stressed by any disruption, large or small, in their routine. This anxiety manifests in behaviors such as destructiveness, excessive licking, scratching or biting at themselves, frantic barking in the wee hours, and/or inappropriate urination.

The " rst step to take when coping with an anxious pet is scheduling a visit to your veterinarian to make sure there isn’t an underlying physical problem. After that, it’s time to explore natural stress-busters. With a caretaker sensitive to their needs—and armed with an arsenal of natural remedies—anxious animals can maintain their calm and thrive, even in the most stressful circumstances.


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