Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Anxiety Medication For Dogs Online

One very common type of anxiety disorder in dogs is separation anxiety. Your pet becomes afraid of being alone or being away from you. If your dog develops separation anxiety he will react abnormally anxious in your absence even if you are moving to other room and out of his sight. Your pet may keep checking the home to ensure your presence or may move along with you from room to room.

In the absence of the owner, when the dog become anxious he may urinate around the house, break the household things, try to break his bark, or jump off the wall. Salivation and over excitement upon the return of the owner are some of the symptoms which indicate the fear of your pet.