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This is we explore various veterinary topics from a pet parent perspective.
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The most common form of behavior problem in dogs and cats is anxiety. For the majority of pets, stress is a major root cause for the development of an anxiety behavior problem, but there can be a breed predisposition in some cases. It is crucial to understand that anxiety in dogs and cats is a medical condition that can be efficiently handled, most effectively with prescription medications and behavior training.
Separation anxiety is a common problem in dogs. It occurs when they become anxious and distressed when separated from their owners. Separation anxiety is like a panic attack in a person. The best way to treat a fearful anxious brain is the same as with humans: with prescription medications that have been clinically proven in randomized controlled trials to help thousands of dogs with separation anxiety.