Pet anxiety isn’t a problem most animal owners have to deal with on a regular basis, but here and there, every animal will suffer from anxiety at some point, whether it’s from thunder, fireworks, a vacuum or separation from its master. Unfortunately, many owners (especially those learning from their first animal) have a difficult time recognizing the signs of pet anxiety. Common signs to look for include panting, pacing, hiding, chewing, aggression and urination.

If you recognize the symptoms of pet anxiety in your animal, remember to use a calm, soothing voice around it and try not to punish your animal while the source of anxiety is still around. If you pet suffers from anxiety to a major extend and you have issues calming him, you might consider visiting your vet to seek out some anti-anxiety medications to help aid him.

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