Chew tablets aren’t the only way to keep the pooch calm.
Every dog is different, so while a chewable might work for some, pheromones or music might work better for another.
Check out the different types of calming tools available for your dog:
Why not fill the house with melodious tunes? This speaker comes pre-loaded with music at the right tone and decibel to calm the dog.
This nifty little speaker costs $59.99.
Try this scented air filter to decrease pet stress.
The kit is available for $21.17.
A couple drops of this natural liquid can relieve your dog’s anxiety.
This calming stress reducer is available for $27.99.
Lavender and chamomile are known calming scents for the nervous system and are emitted from this calming collar. Not only will your dog be calmed by the floral scents, he’ll smell good too!
VetriScience offers a number of natural supplements, including this tasty soft chew that promotes relaxation.
This 60-count bag is available for $10.11 online.
If you’re getting ready to go on a big trip, these chew tablets will help keep the pooch calm while you’re gone–or while he is traveling at your side.
This 60-count purchase is available for $26.85.
From loud noises to separation anxiety, ThunderShirts are scientifically and clinically proven to help calm both dogs and cats.
Price is dependent upon size, ranging from $27 to $39.95.
For dogs with severe separation anxiety, the smell of their owner can go a long way in keeping them calm. The owner can sleep on this pillow to transfer his or her scent to the fabric, and then turn it into a doggy bed during the daytime.
This bed only costs $14.99.
If your dog is a wanderer, you can keep him calm inside and outside with frequency-specific music emitted right behind his ears.
As you can see, many options exist. You might have to play around with a few until you find the right fit for your dog.
Sometimes, behavioral training or further veterinary advice is necessary depending on the severity of your pet’s anxiety. Be sure to use your best judgment to know when you need to go the extra step.
Have you found a calming product that works great for your dog? Tell us about it in the comments below!
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