You can’t wait for the weekend to unwind and relieve your stress with your friends in the club or just sink into your favourite armchair with a drink in your hand. Your pet dog or cat can go through a lot of stress as well. Okay, so he doesn’t have a boss who barks down at him. Neither does he have to drive through endless traffic to get to the office, but that doesn’t mean that your pet dog doesn’t have any stress.
Dogs can experience a lot of stress in various situations. It could be a new house, places where large crowds of people are present, or while travelling for an extended period of time. Whatever be the case, a stressed pet can be unpredictable and even dangerous in certain situations. There are a number of products in the market that help to relieve stress in animals. They are available in pill form and as solutions, which you can mix with their food; however, these options are not viable in a lot of case scenarios. It’s not really a good idea to force your pet dog to eat something it doesn’t like, especially pills. You would most probably end up getting scratched or bitten in the process. Continue reading