Features December 2015 Issue

Canine Anxiety: Will Doggie Downers Keep Your Pup at Ease?

Diamond, a highly anxious dog who could better learn training if he used medication to reduce his anxiety levels.

Canine Anxiety: Will Doggie Downers Keep Your Pup at Ease?

Prescription medications can work to help stressed dogs learn not to fear commonplace things.

Separation anxiety, aggression, fear of humans, fear of other dogs - though common, these pet behaviors indicate your dog may be suffering on a neuro-chemical level. How anxiety medications work in humans is still a considerable mystery, but we know that some also work on dogs. Can they help YOUR dog live a less stressed life?

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