By Dr Karen Phillip
Anxiety is a fact of life—even for a dog. It’s not all chew toys, chasing your tail, going for walks or waiting to be fed. Our dogs are just as susceptible to the symptoms of anxiety as we are.
Our precious doggy pets that suffer from anxiety have a host of symptoms, including barking, pacing, panting, trembling, excessive licking, or trying to escape. They also may exhibit destructive behaviours in the home or aggressive behaviours around people.
Separation Anxiety is also a common problem as our canine pets can be disruptive or destructive when left alone.
We are ready to launch a new sessions just for our furry friends. To help them lower their anxiety and stop feeling lonely when left alone. The session educates you the pet parent, on how to use the hypnotic music to relax your pet and remove those anxiety symptoms they feel.
Having a happy pooch that feels secure and comfortable enables them to enjoy each day more relaxed. It then helps you feel confident knowing your precious pooch is happy and safe at home.
With Virtual Hypnotherapy, treatment is as simple as watching and listening to the No More Lonely Dog session in the comfort of your own home with your pet and at a time suitable for you. The session will explain via video what you the pet owner can do for your pooch before you can leave, allowing your furry friend to settle back, listen and relax happily to the sound of the soothing hypnotic music. This music will help them to remain relaxed while you are away. We all worry when we leave our best friend at home, this provides them with the safety, comfort and security you anchor in with the calming music, specifically designed for dogs, before you need to leave them.
Every dog owner knows that even when they leave for a relatively short time, upon their return their dog will respond as if they’ve been away for months. This, combined with the way your dog responds when you’re about to leave, or while you’re away, can be symptomatic of anxiety.
Research tell us “Proactive owners willing to seek help will have calmer and happier dogs, they need to put in some effort to remedy their pooch’s anxiety”