For supporting dogs during stressful situations, and reducing general feelings of anxiety & problem behaviour
Dogs are extremely intuitive animals, often sensing our stress and anxiety. So, if something is stressing or troubling you, you may find your dog is feeling uneasy as well.
But, it is not just our stress that may cause dogs to feel anxious or unsettled. Specific stressful situations, such as fireworks, travelling in the car or visiting the vets, and new experiences, such as a new home or learning period, can also cause our dogs to feel unsettled.
Unfortunately, dogs can’t tell us when something is troubling them or making them feel anxious or uncomfortable. Instead, this discomfort is often displayed through problem behaviour, such as furniture destruction, urinary marking or hiding, which can be very distressing for dog owners.