Abbilita Daisy, or Abbie, is a mini Australian shephard. Her favorite things to do is to make people feel happy. If you are having a "ruff" time, schedule an appointment with Abbie. She is guaranteed to make you feel better.
Abbie LOVES people! Training as an emotional support and service dog, she loves meeting new people.
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The first thing to do is to take your pet to the vet to have a physical to make sure your pet doesn't have any pain. If a dog has sore teeth and gums, they might excessively chew. If they are tearing the hair out of their paws or chewing on themselves, they might have pain in that part of their body. The doctor might also provide calming medicines. Although this is not a long term solution, it can provide some relief while getting to the root of the problem. At the same time, this is what I would recommend:
There are other things to consider when talking about pet anxiety. Nutrition, exercise, recent illnesses, an inbalance in the body due to medications, chemicals, etc. If your pet is showing other physical signs along with anxiety, like constipation, restlessness, aggressivity, skipping, depression, disinterest, eating too much, occasional vomiting and diahrrea due to stress, allergies, etc. , an appointment is recommended.
One out of ten pets rescued are returned to the shelter or abandoned on the street because of problems. Some have health problems and the owners cannot handle the expenses or lifestyle, however, for other rescued pets, "acting out" after being rescued is a problem. If you would like Tamara to examine your rescued pet and follow through and help you with the adjustment period, please sign up for our membership. This will allow your pet, you and your family to receive the benefits of all that she has to offer. With proof of rescue, you will receive 50% off membership.
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