Dog Anxiety: How to Recognize the Signs and Offer Relief

Dog Anxiety
NO DOG SHOULD HAVE TO SUFFER IN SILENCE
Dog anxiety, like the human anxiety, can be a debilitating and often painful experience. 
If you’ve ever felt worried, uneasy, or nervous about an upcoming event or something with an uncertain outcome, or had a panic attack, you know exactly what I’m talking about! Sadly, many dogs suffer in silence because the owners are simply unaware of the signs. Having experienced a season of anxiety myself, I can’t imagine leaving a dog in an anxious state without offering help. Thankfully, there are things we can do to help our furry friends in their times of need.
The purpose of this article is to help you to recognize the signs of dog anxiety and learn how to offer relief.

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God and Dog [a must see video, by Wendy Francisco]

 

God and dog, two of my favorite topics!
Each day my dogs reflect God’s unconditional love, and inspire me to do so for others. Along with love, they also pour into my life countless blessings—joy, peace, happiness, healing, and so much more. It’s no coincidence that “dog” is “God” spelled backwards.
Enjoy this touching video, God and Dog, by Wendy Francisco. To date, it has over 4 million views on YouTube! I posted it a couple of years ago on my blog, but I think it’s worth posting again. You can also purchase her beautiful book on Amazon. Here are the lyrics . . .

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For Better or For Worse [A Story About Man’s Best Friend]

Man's best friend history

Published in The Royal Spaniels Magazine fall edition 2012. 

by Leila Grandemange

Once upon a time, thousands of years ago, man and dog entered into a relationship, and it’s been a rocky road ever since . . . Continue reading “For Better or For Worse [A Story About Man’s Best Friend]”

Do I Go Home Today? [Dog Poem]

Do I Go Home Today Dog Poem

Dog rescue is an emotional topic. None of us likes to see animals suffer. Thank God for shelters and all the amazing people who rescue dogs, and give them safe and loving home. This poem by an unknown author tugs at the heart and reminds us of the great responsibility involved in dog ownership . . . it may even cause us to shed a few tears.

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