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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 / Dog Behaviour Solutions / Noise fears/ When noise annoys - a case study

When Noise Annoys - a Case Study

Thunderstorms, fireworks and other similar noises plague many pets. While the solutions can be difficult they are by no means impossible.

Let's look at the solutions to noise-fears by examining a case study from my files.

Lightening1.jpgWhizzer is a five-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier that lives with his 'parents' in an elevated location not far from Southbank Parklands. The house is also adjacent to a school.

Being in an elevated location, he is 'in the clouds' when storms approach and suffers the full impact of thunderstorms.  The Southbank fireworks are a common torment and the school next door uses starting pistols regularly in sporting events.

Whizzer's parents work business hours and they live with their favourite pooch in a two-storey brick house.

Whizzer's fear is classified as severe.

The biggest problems occur when Whizzer's parents are at work. Noises cause profound escaping - he scales two metre fences, rips palings from the fence and has pulled the gate off its hinges several times. He has chewed most of the window frames and door jambs while trying to get inside the home during a storm. He has also fractured a canine tooth and has ripped his claws from his feet with his frantic chewing and scratching and has had surgery for panic-inflicted injuries.

His concerned owners are as frantic for a solution as Whizzer is.

The solution to this severe problem involves solving his fears when the owners are away, getting the owners to handle him properly when they are home, using medications and pheromones to reduce the anxiety and attempting to desensitise him to the noises that terrify him.

Contents of the next page (membership required)

The Magic Solutions Include :

1. 'Home Alone' Therapies

2. 'When Home' Therapies

3. Medications and Pheromones

4. Desensitisation to Noises

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