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Whenever we go out my two-year-old fur baby Luna gets anxious. Basically, when she sees my husband and I put on our shoes or jackets she immediately looks depressed and runs into the crate to hide. I’ve tried a few little things to keep my fur baby calm like leaving a few toys out but she ignores them.What upsets us the most is when she gets herself so worked up that she throws up all over her dog bed.
Recently we found a few ways to keep Luna calm. First, before we leave the house we place Luna in a familiar safe place where she cannot get into trouble. Second, we leave her with a soft tv channel like HGTV or we put on relaxing meditating music, rain or ocean sounds. Third, we put her on the Snappy Snoozers dog bed because it keeps Luna relaxed. This inflatable mattress bed comes with 2 removable snuggly blankets that snap on and off into the mattress. Whenever she throws up we quickly remove the blanket and throw it in the wash. In addition, I’m able to wipe and disinfect the mattress down quickly. Snappy Snoozers firm bed is also perfect for senior dogs who suffer from joint pain and incontinence. It is also easy to throw in the back of my SUV when I’m traveling with one of my fur babies to the vet.
Ways To Keep Your Fur Baby Calm When You’re Not Home
Place your fur baby in a secure area and remove anything that might be a temptation to them. A bored or nervous dog left unattended might get into lots of trouble when you are not home.
Leaving their favorite toy, blanket or piece of your clothing might help them feel less anxious. For instance, having that familiar scent will help comfort your dog because it will remind them of you.
Leaving your tv to a calm channel or an iPod with soft meditating, rain or ocean sounds can sooth your dog and reduce anxiety.