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If you own a noise-fearful dog, then it is likely your dog is escaping, damaging itself, destroying your house and that it is tragically scared when the noises hit.

But, there are solutions and you will find all you need on this Pet Pick.

Use our DIY information through this page or contact Dr Cam on the 'Get Started' button if you need assistance.

Science-based Remedies for Noise Fears!

Read these two key facts sheets first

9 Steps to Calm Your Dog in Thunderstorms

9 Steps to Solve Fear of Fireworks

Now delve into these details:-

pawprinttransbgsmall Understanding Anxieties and Fears

pawprinttransbgsmall Noise Annoys

pawprinttransbgsmall Frightful Noises

pawprinttransbgsmall Abhorrent Noise

pawprinttransbgsmall The Great Escape

pawprinttransbgsmall How Should Pheromones be used for dogs

pawprinttransbgsmall Changing Moods

pawprinttransbgsmall Curing Panicking Pets

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Behaviour /  Anieties and other mood disorders of pets

Anxieties and Other Mood Disorders of Pets

Do pets have moods?dogfearful200jpg

You would only have to own a pet for five minutes to know the answer to that is ‘yes’ but to what extent do the moods of pets reflect the moods of people?

Do pets suffer from Panic Attacks? Do pets ever develop Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and do pets experience Generalised Anxiety Disorders or suffer from Compulsions?

Let’s take a trip through the mood disorders of humans and determine if there are pet correlates

What is Fear?

Fear and anxiety are confusing terms and they are often used synonymously.

You have heard about the flight-fight response and know, for instance, that a Gazelle noting a lion racing through the bush towards it will flee in a desperate attempt to save its life.

Is this Gazelle anxious or fearful?

This is a fearful response. The Gazelle’s autonomic nervous system kicks in and the Gazelle does ‘what comes naturally’ to escape from the lion.  The Gazelle doesn’t have to learn this response – it’s an innate, hard-wired, self-protective mechanism.

However a Gazelle which has survived the experience of a lion’s charge will then be more vigilant.

When hearing the rustling of bushes nearby it will be on guard and start running even though the rustling of bushes may be been caused by an innocuous animal such as a nesting bird.

So the Gazelle is ‘predicting the doom’ of a lion’s chase – the Gazelle is anxious.

But the anxiety was born from a fear-induced response which is an innate life-saving response common in most species – including us humans.

Contents of Next Page (Membership Required)


1. Types of Anxiety Disorders in pets

2. Acute Stress Disorder (Acute Anxiety Disorder)

3. Pets and their Generalized Anxiety Disorders (GAD)

4. Simple Phobias such as Noise Phobias and others

5. Panic DisorderPost-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

6. Obsessions and Compulsions in Pets

7. What to Do if Your Pet Is Anxious, Panicking or Compulsive

8. References and further reading

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