FEAR FACTOR

FEAR FACTOR
11 June 2020

FEAR FACTOR

The environment or circumstances we thrust our pets into may fill them with fear and anxiety. They cannot speak but your pet will communicate its emotional state through body language and behaviour. Be particularly aware of behaviour that seems out of character for your pet.

Some signs to look for …..

DOGS

  • Inappropriate vocalisation;
  • Change in activity levels, they can become hyperactive or in fact freeze and refuse to move
  • Excessive panting and drooling
  • Trembling and loss of hair
  • Inappropriate urination and defecation
  • Destruction of house and garden

CATS

  •  Hide more than normal
  • Inappropriate urination and defecation
  • Excessive grooming which may result in large bald areas
  • Excessive vocalization
  • Changes in appetite

HORSES

  •  Backing into the corner of the stable
  • Showing whites if their eyes
  • Restlessness
  • Poor doer, staring coat
  • Grinding teeth
  • Constipation
  • Colic

Luckily there are many natural products on the market that can assist our pets in coping with their anxiety and stress.

Recommended products :

DOGS

  • Anxitane
  • Calmeze   ( tablets and gel )
  • Canine Calmer
  • The herbal pet serenity formula

CATS

  • Anxitane
  • Calmeze gel for cats
  • The herbal pets serenity formula

HORSES

  •  Calmequin
  • Pharmacalm
  • Equicalm
  • Calmeze- Equi