The Laylo Pets-Approved Way to Keep Your Anxious Pup Calm

When our dogs feel anxious, we feel nervous too. Naturally, we want our dogs to feel safe and comfortable, so it’s tough to watch your little bud pacing, panting, whining, or scratching. Keep reading ways to calm an anxious dog in different situations and with other natural solutions.

What Are the Signs of Anxiety in Dogs?

Sometimes the root of canine stress can be acute, like fear of loud noises or new places, or it may be something more profound, like past trauma or neglect. And it’s stressful for us humans when we can’t identify the cause at all.

Signs Your Dog is Anxious

  • Whining, crying, or barking
  • Digging, chewing, or shredding
  • Pacing, restlessness, or shaking
  • Aggressive behavior
  • Excessive scratching, licking or drooling
  • Panting
  • Shedding
  • Peeing or pooping (when they’re entirely housetrained)
  • Refusing to eat
  • Hiding or cowering
  • Tucking their tail or ears
  • Freezing or refusing to move (classic don’t-take-me-to-the-vet behavior)

How Can I Calm My Dog’s Anxiety Naturally?

Most of us don’t want to give drugs to our dogs to help them stay calm. Luckily, there are many natural ways you can calm your dog’s anxiety.



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