The Best Dog Calming Aids
Help Your Dog with Anxiety
Stress makes us feel miserable; it makes our dogs feel the same way. There are many causes of dog anxiety. Some dogs get nervous with travel while some love being in the car... up to the point they realize they are at the vet. Thunderstorms and fireworks can trigger stress in dogs. There are many signs of stress in dogs, but the most common are pinned ears, lips licking, panting when not warm, shaking off, cowering, and refusing food. You can learn the signs of anxiety in your dog so you can offer your best friend a solution to their anxiety. At Hollywood Feed, we offer the best natural dog anxiety and brain health supplements to help calm your pup's fear and anxiety with vet visits, grooming, fireworks, separation anxiety, and more. We believe in brands like Heavenly Hounds, Progility, and Under the Weather for natural and holistic calming supplements for dogs.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dog Calming Aids
When Should I use a calming aid?
If you know a stressor is coming, it may be beneficial to give your dog a calming aid around half an hour before travel, the vet, groomer, thunderstorms, or any other anxiety causing event if possible. For dogs who have never traveled or experienced fireworks, calming aids can help ease their stress.
How do I set up Same Day Delivery for my calming dog treats?
Set up Same Day Delivery by verifying that your address and calming aid of choice are eligible for Same Day Delivery at checkout. You can also set up AutoShip for your calming dog teats so they never run out.
Also of Interest: Fear, Anxiety, Stress, and Phobias in Dogs, Separation Anxiety: How to Get Your Pup Ready for More Alone Time, 10 Signs of Stress in Your Dog, Is Your Dog Stressed by the Pandemic Too?