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05:01 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Looking back everyone to the Doug DB show. I'm here at Monica Layton, president of pet sitting on the I gotta ask you because some of us have adopted some pets, maybe we even have pets in our lives. And sometimes they have a little bit of something we call separation anxiety. I do you have any tips on how to help with the separation anxiety? Sometimes it becomes so severe where you are going to need, you know, a medical, you're gonna need medication supplementation to kind of get that under control. However, there are a lot of training tips that you can do at home to help with that as well. So the first thing is they say, you know, when you leave the house, and when you come home, of course, you're like, you know, when the dog comes home, and they're so excited to see you, you know, its own so happy to see you and you're putting them give them all attention. And it's all this curry happy. Happy happy thing. But then when you leave it's oh, so what they say is when you're. Pet gets home when you get home and your pet is super duper. Duper excited to see you. You actually ignore them for a bit to take away that the excitement of coming home. So it's not something, they're waiting on to actually nor them until they've calmed down. Then you interact with the pet. Another thing is, they'll pick up on keys include that you are getting ready to leave. You are, you know, doing your morning routine your picking up your keys. You're putting on your shoes and they say to randomly of your pet starts showing signs of, you know, whining crying, you know, things of that nature, do that at times without the day. You know, grab your keys put your shoes on things of that nature act like you're gonna leave, but then do not leave and that way they do not associate, you know, you picking up the keys you putting on your shoes things of that nature with leaving his terrible. Another thing is to really exercise your pedal out before you go get them tire. Make sure they have that, you know, attention everything, you know is kind of been done. They've been fed, they're happy and really exercise them that way you know, they're kind of tired right before you go. So that way. It's, it's becomes a rough time at that time and giving them a certain treats that they only get when you're gone that they really enjoy as another great way of letting your dog pass the time. So they've already exercise. You know, you can put him in, you know, their crate or leave them wherever you leave them. Maybe like they have the call toys, which are really great for that. They're like these little rubberized type of cone shaped toy, and you can fill it with peanut butter or, you know, some people fill it with water and the dog licks it and breaks it up. They can get you know you can put like green beans in their apples. Chunks cheese little things like that. And they'll, you know, add water to those couple little treats, and freeze it. It. And then as the pet licks it and starts getting the chunks out. It's a slow delayed reward, same thing with the peanut butter sticking little chunks stuff deep inside there. It's gonna take them a while to get all that out. So it's going to be time consuming. They're going to be focused on their super special toy. So when you walk out the door, it's not a second thought. And also, you know, if you have a dog, that's, you know, very vocal, when you leave choose things up, you know, scratches at the door, those are definitely signs of separation anxiety. So if the couple tips, I gave his first behavior isn't cutting, it, then definitely see your veterinarian 'cause you're probably needs to be some kind of, you know, supplemental medication. Whether it be anti-anxiety matter. You know, something a little stronger specifically for separation anxiety. Oh, Monica, that's so important. Having had a pet that had severe separation anxiety and we overcame it. We had to go through the medication and everything. Thing we had adopted her, and we'd know anything about her, but she did get over it. We had a change up our routine when we left the house when we came home. So your everything that you said is so on spot because it's you also have to change what you do to help alleviating the pet and always go to your bed, if it's such a severe case. I know I had one so thank you so very much. Thank you. Have a wonderful week. Do you wanna show off your pup, while also helping dogs around the world will have your try out for the world's most amazing dog Facebook show that is happening now to addition? Visit the world's most amazing dog Facebook page through your phone press. Audition now to upload a video of your pep doing something amazing for every audition. Facebook will donate one dollar to the ASPCA. And if your dog gets enough votes, you'll have a chance to compete on Facebook show for a hundred thousand dollars. Be sure to share your dishes, using hashtag most amazing dog to help spread the word the internet can't get enough of dog video. So let's celebrate the chew standouts. While also giving back to animals in.

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"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Doug DB show. I'm here with Monica latent, president of special pet, sitting Monica. I gotta ask you because some of us have adopted some pets. Maybe we even have pets in our lives. And sometimes they have a little bit of something we call separation anxiety. I do you have any tips on how to help with that the separation anxiety, sometimes it becomes so severe where you are going to need, you know, a medical, you're going to need medication supplementation to kind of get that under control. However, there are a lot of training tips that you can do at home to help with that as well. So the first thing is they say, you know, when you leave the house, and when you come home, you know, of course, you're like, you know, when the dog comes home and they're so excited to see you. You know, it's oh, I'm so happy to see you and you're putting them to give them all this attention. And it's all this great happy happy, happy thing. But then when you leave it's oh, so what they say is when you're. Pat gets home when you get home and your pet is super duper. Duper excited to see you. You actually ignore them for a bit to take away that the excitement of coming home. So it's not something they're waiting on. So we actually nor them until they've calmed down. Then you interact with the pet. Another thing is, they'll pick up on keys include that you are getting ready to leave. You are, you know, doing your morning routine. European up your keys. You're putting on your shoes. And they say to randomly of your pet start showing signs of, you know, whining crying, you know, things of that nature, do that at times without the day. You know, grab your keys put your shoes on things of that nature act like you're gonna leave, but then do not leave and that way they do not associate, you know, you picking up the keys you putting on your shoes things of that nature with leaving his terrible. Another thing is to really exercise your pedal out before you go. Get them tired. Make sure they have that, you know, attention everything, you know is kind of been done. They've been fed, they're happy and really exercise them that way you know, they're kind of tired right before you go. So that way. It's it's becomes arrest time at that time, and giving them a certain treat that they only get when you're gone that they really enjoy as another great way of letting your dog pass the time. So they've already exercise. You know, you can put them in their crate or leave them. Wherever you leave them. Maybe like they have the com- toys, which are really great for that. They're like these little rubberized type of cone shaped toy, and you can fill it with peanut butter or, you know, some people fill it with water and have the dog licks it and breaks it up. They can get, you know, you can put like green beans and their apples chunks of cheese little things like that. And they'll add water to those couple little treats, and freeze it, and then as the pet lick say, and starts getting the chunks out. It's a slow delayed reward. Same thing like with the peanut butter sticking little chunks of stuff, you know, deep inside there. It's going to take them a while to get all that out. So it's going to be time consuming. They're going to be focused on their super special toy. So when you walk out the door, it's not a second thought. And also, you know, if you have a dog, that's very vocal, when you leave. Choose things up, you know, scratches at the door. Those are definitely signs of separation anxiety. So if the couple of tips, I gave his first behavior isn't cutting it, then definitely see your veterinarian because your pet probably needs to be on some kind of, you know, supplemental medication whether it be a anti-anxiety matter. You know, something a little stronger specifically for separation anxiety on Monica. That's so important. Having had a pet that had severe separation anxiety and we overcame it. We had to go through the medication and everything we adopted her and we'd know anything about her, but she did get over it. We had a change up our routine when we left the house when we came home. So you're everything that you said is so on spot because it's you also have to change what you do to help alleviate. Sidoti -iety the pet and always go to your bed, if it's such a severe case. And no, I had one. So thank you so very much. Thank you. Have a wonderful week. Do you want to show off your pup while also helping dogs around the world? We'll have your pup try out for the world's most amazing dog Facebook show that is happening now to audition. Visit the world's most amazing dog Facebook page through your phone press. Audition now to upload a video of your pep doing something amazing for every audition. Facebook will donate one dollar to the ASPCA. And if your dog gets enough votes, you'll have a chance to compete on Facebook show for a hundred thousand dollars. Be sure to share your audition using hashtag most amazing dog to help spread the word the internet can't get enough of doggy videos. So let's celebrate the true standouts while also giving back to animals in need.

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"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Back everyone to the Doug DB show with Monica latent, president of fashion pet sitting Monica. I gotta ask you because some of us have adopted some patch or maybe we even have pets in our lives. And sometimes they have a little bit of something we call separation anxiety. I do you have any tips on how to help with that separation anxiety. Sometimes it becomes so severe where you are going to need, you know, a medical. You're going to need medication supplementation to kind of get that under control. However, there are a lot of training tips that you can do at home to help with that as well. So the first thing is they say, you know, when you leave the house when you come home. Of course, you're like, you know, when the dog comes home, and they're so excited to see you, you know, it's all on so happy to see you. And you're bending them to give them all this attention. And it's all this great, happy, happy happy thing. But then when you leave it's oh, so what they say is when you're packets home when you get home and your pet is super duper duper excited to see you you actually ignore them for a bit to take away that the excitement of coming home. So it's not something. They're waiting on actually nor them until they've calmed down. Then you interact with the pet. Another thing is they'll pick up on keys include that you're getting ready to leave. You are you know, doing your morning r-? Routine. You're picking up your keys, you're putting on your shoes, and they say to randomly of your pet start showing signs of you know, whining crying, you know, things of that nature do that different times without the day. You know, grab your keys put your shoes on things of that nature act. Like, you're gonna leave, but then do not leave and that way, they do not associate, you know, you picking up the keys you putting on your shoes things of that nature with leaving his terrible. And other thing is to really exercise your pedal out before you, go get them tired. Make sure they have that, you know, attention everything, you know, is kind of been done they've been fed they're happy and really exercise them that way, you know, they're kind of tired right before you go. So that way, it's it's becomes Russ time at that time and giving them a certain treats that they only get when you're gone that. They really enjoy as another great way of letting your dog pass the time. So they've already. The exercise, you know, you can put him in. You know, they're crater leave them wherever you leave them. Maybe like they have the contours which are really great for that. They're like these little rubberized type of cone shaped toy and you can fill it with peanut butter, or, you know, some people fill it with water, and you know, the dog licks it and breaks it up. They can get you know, you can put like green beans and their apples chunks cheese little things like that. And they'll, you know, add water to those couple little treats and freeze it, and then as the pet lick say and starts getting the chunks out. It's a slow delayed reward. Same thing with the peanut butter sticking little chunks stuff. You know, deep inside there. It's going to take them awhile to get all that out. So it's going to be time consuming. They're going to be focused on their super special toy. So when you walk out the door, it's not a second thought in also, you know, if you have a dog. That's you know, very vocal when you leave. Choose things up, you know, scratches at the door, those are definitely signs of separation anxiety. So if the couple tips, I gave his behavior isn't cutting it, then definitely see your veterinarian 'cause you're probably needs to be some kind of you know, supplemental medication. Whether it be a anti-anxiety matter, you know, something a little stronger specifically for separation anxiety, a Monica that's important having had a pet that had severe separation anxiety and we overcame it. We had to go through the medication and everything we adopted her, and we'd know anything about her. But she did get over it. We had a change up our routine when we left the house when we came home. So you're everything that you said is so on spot because it's you also have to change what you do to help alleviate things. -iety the pet and always go to your bad. If it's such a severe case. I know I had one. So thank you. So very much. Thank you have a wonderful week. Do you? Do you wanna show off your puck while also helping dogs around the world will have your pup try out for the world's most amazing dog Facebook show that is happening now to dishing visit the world's most amazing dog Facebook.

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"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back, everyone to the Doug DB show. I'm here what Monica latent president of professional pet sitting Monica. I gotta ask you because some of us have adopted some pads or maybe we even have pets in our lives. And sometimes they have a little bit of something we call separation anxiety. I do you have any tips on how to help with that separation anxiety. Sometimes it becomes so severe where you are going to need, you know, a medical you're going to need medication supplementation to kind of get that under control. However, there are a lot of training tips that you can do at home to help with that as well. So the first thing is they say, you know, when you leave the house, and when you come home, you know, of course, you'd like when the dog comes home, and they're so excited to see you. You know, it's oh, I'm so happy to see you. And you're putting them and give them all this attention. And it's all this great, happy, happy happy thing. But then when you leave it's oh, so what they say is when you're. Peckett's hall when you get home and your pet is super duper duper excited to see you you actually ignore them for a bit to take away that the excitement of coming home. So it's not something they're waiting on to actually nor them until they've calmed down. Then you interact with the pet. Another thing is they'll pick up on keys include that you are getting ready to leave. You are you know, doing your morning routine Europe, picking up your keys, you're putting on your shoes? And they say to randomly of your pet start showing signs of you know, whining crying, you know, things of that nature do that at your stiffened times without the day. You know, grab your keys put your shoes on things of that nature act. Like, you're gonna leave, but then do not leave. And that way, they do not associate, you know, you picking up the keys you putting on your shoes things of that nature with leaving us. Oh, terrible. Another thing is to really exercise your pedal out before you go. Get them tired. Make sure they have that, you know, attention everything, you know, has kind of been done they've been fed they're happy and really exercise them that way. You know, they're kind of tired right before you go. So that way, it's it's becomes arrest time at that time and giving them a certain treats that they only get when you're gone that. They really enjoy as another great way of letting your dog pass the time. So they've already exercise, you know, you can put them in, you know, their crater leave them. Wherever you leave them. Maybe like they have the Car Toys, which are really great for that. They're like these little rubberized type of cone shaped toy and you can fill it with peanut butter, or, you know, some people fill it with water and the dog licks it and breaks it up. They can get you know, you can put like green beans and their apples chunks of cheese little things like that. And they'll add water to you know, those couple little treats and freeze it, and then as the Pat say and starts getting the chunks out. It's a slow delayed reward same thing like with the peanut butter sticking little chunks of stuff, you know, deep inside there. It's gonna take them a while to get all that out. So it's going to be time consuming. They're going to be focused on their super special toy. So when you walk out the door, it's not a second thought. And also, you know, if you have a dog, that's you know, very vocal when you leave. Choose things up, you know, scratches at the door, those are definitely signs of separation anxiety. So if the couple of tips, I gave as far as behavior isn't cutting it, then definitely see your Marion 'cause you're pet probably needs to be on some kind of supplemental. Medication? Whether it be a anti-anxiety matter, you know, something a little stronger specifically for separation, anxiety or Monica. That's so important having had a pet that had severe separation anxiety and we overcame it. We had to go through the medication and everything we had adopted her. We'd know anything about her. But she did get over it. We had a change up our routine when we left the house when we came home. So you're everything that you said is so on spot because it's you also have to change what you do to help alleviate the anxiety, the pet and always go to your bad. If it's such a severe case. I know I had one. So thank you. So very much. Thank you have a wonderful week. Do you want to show off your puck while also helping dogs around the world? Well, have your pop try out for the world's most amazing dog Facebook show that is happening now to audition. Visit.

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"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back, everyone to the Doug DB show. I mean, we are here with Monica Layton, president of professional pet sitters and. You know, sometimes cats could little nervous when we have to take him to the vet and sometimes the actual trip to the vet could be even worse than the vets. Visit. So can you give us some tips on bear creek, bits it? Absolutely. So that's one thing that, you know, at the veterinary hospital, they work where we really try to work on is pure free visits for our feline friends because one you want the visit to go well for the pet and the pet owner there's nothing worse than you know, how many bring your pet to the vet and having the visit horribly and then as owner you feel bad that you put your cat through that. And you know, it's just not fun for anybody. And you want your pet to get regular exams and be seen so anything that can make that trip. A little easier is all the better for everybody involved. So as far as fear free visits. I always start. With the number one thing at home is the carrier getting to the animal hospital. So keep in mind many vets do house calls, but if they do not and you're bringing the pet in or maybe the pet sick. And and something that they can't do at home. You know, you're gonna need to bring the pet in usually in a carrier. So I always suggest that, you know, leave the carrier out an irregular place on a regular visit a regular basis, if you can I always, you know, if it's one of the ones that are the hard plastic ones are the tops unscrew all leave mine as like a pet bed in the corner of one of the rooms have put blankets and stuff in there and leave little treats in there and leave it out all the time that way the pets kinda used to sleeping with it. And the only thing is changing is just the cover going on it when they need to travel, but it's a place that they're used to laying in and they feel comfortable and the other thing that I also suggest is they have feel away makes a product like fair Mon spray, and I always spray, the pets, blankets and stuff that are in their carrier. A least a half hour before you leave that'll help take some of the anxiety down as well. So then as long as. As you can get them to the office. Then when you get to the office a couple of things you can ask your veterinarian Abell is if they have feline friendly scheduling, for example, and our office will do blocks during the day, we'll have only feeling appointments that way they're not passing dogs coming in. And now are they're not hearing dogs barking in other rooms, and that helps you know with your feline friends. So they're not getting a little anxious. Also, you know, an feeling from the exam room one that they can, you know, put their carrier, and that has, you know, maybe Fairmont spray on the, you know, counter mats and everything which, you know, we do at our office, you know, to help calm them down and make them a little more ease. Also, you know, if you bring them in instead of setting the carrier on the floor to where other pets could walk by it, you know, maybe having a bench high enough to where you can put them up at know level with you that way, they're not interacting with other pets are people walking by those are all things that can help alleviate the stress for that. Visit getting that pet in an fast me are. Of course, you know, obviously helps the the amount of time that they're susceptible to interacting with other pets. They may not be happy about doing. And then, you know, once they're in there, you know, just going slow and Dino treats work to a certain extent. But oftentimes when they are a little anxious. They they don't want trees. They don't wanna eat. They just kinda want to get done what they have to get done and go home. So, you know, really just going slow with the cat making them comfortable. You know, lots of putting lots of, you know, safety feeling secure. You're bringing your own blanket from home and letting them wrap them up in that blanket. So they feel safe keeping the pet with you. Those are all things that kind of bring Downing's -iety of that visit with your cat. Another thing. Also is if those things alone don't do the job, and the pay is still a little anxious know talk to your event about prescriptions, or you know, maybe trying some composure or some zucchini, you know, some of the anti anxiety medications, you know, insert them a day or two before your visit in that way. The pets anxiety can come down even further for Monica. Thank you very much. And I think that that helped all our female lovers out there. Get the visit to the vet safe and comfortable. So thank you. So very much. Thank you have a great day coming up summer's here.

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"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dot com. Welcome back, everyone to the Doug DB show. I'm here. What Monica latent president of fashionable pet sitting Monica. I gotta ask you because some of us have adopted some pads or maybe we even have pets in our lives. And sometimes they have a little bit of something we call separation anxiety. I do you have any tips on how to help with the separation anxiety. Sometimes it becomes so severe where you are going to need, you know, a medical you're going to need medication supplementation to kind of get that under control. However, there are a lot of training tips that you can do at home to help with that as well. So the first thing is they say, you know, when you leave the house, and when you come home, you know, of course, you're like when the dog comes home, and they're so excited to see you, you know, it's all I'm so happy to see you. And you're and give them all this attention. And it's all this great, happy, happy happy thing. But then when you leave it's oh, so what they say is when you're. Packets hall when you get home and your pet is super duper duper excited to see you you actually ignore them for a bit to take away that the excitement of coming home. So it's not something they're waiting on to actually nor them until they've calmed down. Then you interact with the pet. Another thing is they'll pick up on keys includes that you are getting ready to leave. You are you know, doing your morning routine Europe, picking up your keys, you're putting on your shoes? And they say to randomly of your pet starts showing signs of, you know, whining crying, you know, things of that nature do that at different times without the day. You know, grab your keys put your shoes on things of that nature act. Like, you're gonna leave, but then do not leave. And that way, they do not associate picking up the keys you putting on your shoes things of that nature with leaving his oh terrible. Another thing is to really exercise your pedal out before you go. Get them tired. Make sure they have the attention. Everything has kind of been done. They've been bad. They're happy and really exercise them that way. You know, they're kind of tired right before you go. So that way it's becomes arrest time at that time and giving them a certain treats that they only get when you're gone that. They really enjoy as another great way of letting your dog pass the time. So they've already exercise, you know, you can put them in their crater leave them. Wherever you leave them. Maybe like they have the Car Toys, which are really great for that. They're like these little rubberized type of cone shaped toy and you can fill it with peanut butter, or, you know, some people fill it with water, and you know, as the dog, licks it and breaks it up. They can get you know, you can put like green beans and their apples chunks cheese little things like that. And they'll add water to those couple little treats and freeze it and then as the Pat licks it and starts getting the chunks out. It's a slow delayed reward same thing like with the peanut butter sticking little chunks of stuff, you know, deep inside there. It's gonna take them a while to get all that out. So it's going to be time consuming. They're going to be focused on their super special toy. So when you walk out the door, it's not a second thought. And also, you know, if you have a dog that's very vocal when you leave. Choose things up, you know, scratches at the door, those are definitely signs of separation anxiety. So if the couple tips, I gave as far as behavior isn't cutting it, then definitely see your veterinarian 'cause your pet probably needs to be on some kind of supplemental. Medication? Whether it be a anti-anxiety matter, you know, something a little stronger specifically for separation, anxiety or Monica. That's so important having had a pet that had severe separation anxiety and we overcame it. We had to go through the medication and everything we had adopted her, and we'd know anything about her. But she did get over it. We had a change up our routine when we left the house when we came home. So you're everything that you said is so on spot because it's you also have to change what you do to help alleviate the anxiety, the pet and always go to your bad. If it's such a severe case. I know I had one. So thank you. So very much. Thank you have a wonderful week. Do you wanna show off your pop while also helping dogs around the world? We'll have your pop try out for the world's most amazing dog Facebook show that is happening now to audition. Visit the world's most amazing dog Facebook page through your phone press audition now to upload a video of your pep doing something amazing for every audition. Facebook will donate one dollar to the ASPCA. And if your dog gets enough votes, you'll have a chance to compete on Facebook show for one hundred thousand dollars be sure to share your audition using hashtag most amazing dog to help spread the word the internet. Can't get enough of doggy video. So let's celebrate the true standouts while also giving back to animals in need.

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"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back, everyone to the Doug DB show. I'm here. What Monica latent president of professional pet sitting Monica. I gotta ask you because some of us have adopted some patch or maybe we even have pets in our lives. And sometimes they have a little bit of something we call separation anxiety. I do you have any tips on how to help with the separation anxiety. Sometimes it becomes so severe where you are going to need, you know, a medical you're going to need medication supplementation to kind of get that under control. However, there are a lot of training tips that you can do at home to help with that as well. So the first thing is they say, you know, when you leave the house, and when you come home, you know, of course, you're like when the dog comes home, and they're so excited to see you, you know, it's all I'm so happy to see you. And you're putting them and give them all this attention. And it's all this great, happy, happy happy thing. But then when you leave it's oh, so what they say is when you're. Peckett's home when you get home and your pet is super duper duper excited to see you you actually ignore them for a bit to take away that the excitement of coming home. So it's not something they're waiting on to actually nor them until they've calmed down. Then you interact with the pet. Another thing is they'll pick up on keys include that you are getting ready to leave. You are you know, doing your morning routine? European up your keys, you're putting on your shoes. And they say to randomly of your pet search showing signs of you know, whining crying, you know, things of that nature do that at different times without the day. You know, grab your keys put your shoes on things of that nature act. Like, you're gonna leave, but then do not leave and that way, they do not associate, you know, you picking up the keys you putting on your shoes things of that nature with leaving so terrible. Another thing is to really exercise your pedal before you go. Get them tired. Make sure they have that you know, attention everything know kind of been done they've been fed they're happy and really exercise them that way, you know, they're kind of tired right before you go that way. It's it's becomes arrest time at that time and giving them a certain treats that they only get when you're gone that. They really enjoy as another great way of letting your dog pass the time. So they've already exercise, you know, you can put them in, you know, their crater leave them. Wherever you leave them. Maybe like they have the Car Toys, which are really great for that. They're like these little rubberized type of cone shaped toy and you can fill it with peanut butter, or, you know, some people fill it with water and the dog licks it and breaks it up. They can get you know, you can put like green beans in their apples chunks of cheese little things like that. And they'll add water to those couple little treats and freeze it, and then as the pet licks it and starts getting the chunks out. It's a slow delayed reward same thing like with the peanut butter sticking little chunks of stuff, you know, deep inside there. And it's gonna take them a while to get all that out. So it's going to be time consuming. They're going to be focused on their super special toy. So when you walk out the door, it's not a second thought. And also, you know, if you have a dog that's very vocal when you leave. Choose things up, you know, scratches at the door, those are definitely signs of separation anxiety. So if the couple of tips, I gave as far as behavior isn't cutting it, then definitely see your veterinarian 'cause you're probably needs to be on some kind of supplemental. Medication? Whether it be a anti-anxiety matter, you know, something a little stronger specifically for separation, anxiety, Monica. That's so important having had a pet that had severe separation anxiety and we overcame it. We had to go through the medication and everything we adopted her and we'd know anything about her, but she did get over it. We had a change up our routine when we left the house when we came home..

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"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back. Everyone to the Doug DB. Shelby. We are here with Monica. Layton, president of professional pet sitters and. You know, sometimes cats could little nervous when we have to take him to the vet and sometimes the actual trip to the vet could be even worse than the vets. Visit. So can you give us some tips on fear creek cat? Absolutely. So that's one thing that, you know, at the veterinary hospital, they work for we really try to work on is pure free visits for our feline friends because one you want the visit to go well for the pet and pet owner. There's nothing worse than you know, how many bring your payment to the vet and having the visible horribly, and then as a pet owner, you feel bad that you put your cat through that. And you know, it's just not fun for anybody. And you want, you know, your pet to get regular exams and be seen so anything that can make that trip. A little easier is all the better for everybody involved. So as far as fear free visits. I always start with the number one thing at home is the carrier getting to they animal hospital. So keep in mind, many vets do do house calls, but if they do not and. Bringing the pet in or maybe the pet's sake and in something that they can't dwell home. You know, you're going to need to bring the pet in usually in a carrier. So I always suggest that, you know, leave the carrier out an regular place on a regular visit regular basis, if you can I always, you know, if it's one of the ones that are the hard plastic ones are the tops unscrew all leave mine as a pet bed in the corner of one of the rooms and put blankets and stuff in there and leave little treats in there and leave it out all the time that way the pets kinda used to sleeping with. And the only thing that is changing is just the cover going on it when they need to travel, but it's a place that they're used to laying in and they feel comfortable and the other thing that I also suggest is they have feel away makes a product like a fair moon spray, and I always spray the pet some blankets and stuff that are in their carrier a leased a half hour before you leave. That'll help take some of the anxiety down as well. So then as long as you can get them to the office. Then when you get to the office a couple of things you can ask your veterinarian about is if they have feline friendly scheduling, for example, and our office will do blocks during the day. We'll roll have only feeling appointments that way they're not passing dogs coming in and out or they're not hearing dogs barking in other rooms, and that helps you know with your feline friends. So they're not getting a little anxious. Also, you know feeling from the exam room, you know, one that they can, you know, put their carrier in that has, you know, maybe Fairmont spray on the, you know, counter maps and everything which, you know, we do at our office, you know, to help calm them down and make them a little more at ease. Also, you know, if you bring them in instead of setting the carrier on the floor to where other pets could walk by it. You know, maybe having a bench high enough to where you can put them up at. You know level with you that way, they're not interacting with other pets are people walking by those are all things that can help alleviate this dress for that. Visit getting that pet in an vast me are of course, you know, obviously helps the the amount of time that they're, you know, susceptible to interacting with other pets. They may not be happy about doing. And then, you know, once they're in there, you know, just going slow and Dino treats work to a certain extent. But oftentimes when they are a little anxious. They they don't want trees. They don't wanna eat. They just kinda know to get done what they have to get done and go home. So, you know, really just going slow with the cat making them comfortable. You know, lots of putting lots of, you know, safety feeling secure, you know, bringing your own blanket from home and letting them wrap them up in that blanket. So they feel safe keeping the pet with you. Those are all things that kinda bring down the ings. Zaidi of that visit with your cat. Another thing. Also is if those things alone don't do the job, and the pet is still a little anxious, you know, talk to your vent about, you know, prescriptions, or, you know, maybe trying some composure or some Zoll keen, you know, some of the anti anxiety medications, you know, insert the midday or two before your visit in that way. The pets anxiety can come down even further for Monica. Thank you very much. And I think that that helped all our female lovers out there. Get the visit to the vet safe and comfortable. So thank you. So very much. Thank you. Great day coming up summer's here.

Layton Monica fear creek Shelby president animal hospital Fairmont Zaidi Dino Zoll
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05:01 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To the Doug DB show. We are here with Monica latent, president of professional pet sitters and. You know, sometimes cats little nervous when we have to take him to the vet and sometimes the actual trip to the vet could be even worse than the vets. Visit. So can you give us some tips on bear creek, bits it? Absolutely. So that's one thing that at the veterinary hospital, they work where we really try to work on is pure free visits for our feline friends because one you want the visit to go well for the pet and the pet owner there's nothing worse than, you know, having to bring your pet into the vet and having the visible horribly, and then as a pet owner, you feel bad that you put your cat through that. And you know, it's just not fun for anybody. And you want, you know, your pet to get regular exams and be seen so anything that can make that trip. A little easier is all the better for everybody involved. So as far as fear free visits. I always start with the number one thing at home is the carrier getting the pet to they animal hospital. So keep in mind many vets to do house calls, but if they do not and you're bringing the pet in or maybe the pet sick. And it's something that they can't do at home. You know, you're going to need to bring the pet in usually in a carrier. So I always suggest that, you know, leave the carrier out an irregular place on a regular visit a regular basis, if you can't I always, you know, if it's one of the ones that are the hard plastic ones are the top sunscreen will all leave mine as like a pet bed in the corner of one of the rooms that put blankets and stuff in there and little treats in there and leave it out all the time that way the pets kinda used to sleeping with it. And the only thing that is changing is just the cover going on it when they need to travel, but it's a place that they're used to laying in and they feel comfortable, and the other thing that I also suggest is they have feel away makes a product like a fair Mon spray, and I always spray, the pet some blankets and stuff that are in their carrier. A least a half hour before you leave that'll help take some of the things I eighty down as well. So then as long as. As you can get them to the office. Then when you get to the office a couple of things you can ask your veterinarian Abell is if they have feline friendly scheduling, for example, and our office will do blocks during the day. We'll have only feeling appointments that way they're not passing dogs coming in and out are they're not hearing dogs barking in other rooms, and that helps you know with your feline friends. So they're not getting a little anxious. Also, you know, an feeling from the exam room one that they can, you know, put their carrier, and that has, you know, maybe Thurmond spray on the, you know, counter Manson, everything which we do at our office, you know, to help calm them down and make them a little more ease. Also, you know, if you bring them in instead of setting the carrier on the floor to where other pets could walk by it. You know, maybe having a bench China to where you can put them up at, you know, level with you that way they're not interacting with other pets are people walking by those are all things that can help alleviate the stress for that. Visit getting that pet in an fast men are of course, you know, obviously helps the the amount of time that they're susceptible to interacting with other pets. They may not be happy about doing. And then, you know, once they're in there, you know, just going slow and Dino treats work to a certain extent. But oftentimes when they are a little anxious. They they don't want trees. They don't wanna eat. They just kinda wanna get done what they have to get down and go home. So, you know, really just going slow with the cat making them comfortable. You know, lots of putting lots of, you know, safety feeling secure. You know, bringing your own blanket from home and letting them wrap them up in that blanket. So they feel safe keeping the pet with you. Those are all things that kind of bring down the inside of that visit with your cat. Another thing also is if those things alone don't do the job and the pet is still a little anxious. You know, talk to your event about prescriptions or maybe trying some composure or some zucchini know some of the anti anxiety medications. Start them a day or two before your visit in that way. The pets anxiety can come down even further for Monica. Thank you very much. And I think that that helped all our female lovers out there. Get the visit to the vet safe and comfortable. Thank you. So very much. Thank you have a great day coming up summer's here.

Doug DB Monica president animal hospital Abell China Thurmond Dino Manson
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05:01 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back. Everyone to the Doug DB show me we are here with Monica Layton, president of professional pet sitters, and you know, sometimes cats could little nervous when we have to take him to the vet and sometimes the actual trip to the vet could be even worse than the vets. Visit. So can you give us some tips on fear? Pre cat. Absolutely. So that's one thing that, you know, at the veterinary hospital, they work where we really try to work on is pure free visits for our feline friends because one you want the visit to go well for the pet and the pet owner there's nothing worse than you know, how many bring your pet to the vet and having the visible horribly. And then as owner you feel bad that you put your cat through that. And you know, it's just not fun for anybody. And you want, you know, your pet to get regular exams and be seen so anything that can make that trip. A little easier is all the better for everybody involved. So as far as fear free that visits, I always start with the number one thing at home is the carrier getting depend too they animal hospital. So keep in mind many vets do house calls, but if they do not and you're. Bringing the pet in or maybe the pet sick. And in something that they can't do at home. You know, you're going to need to bring the pet in usually in a carrier. So I always suggest that, you know, leave the carrier out in a regular place on a regular visit regular basis, if you can I always, you know, if it's one of the ones that are the hard plastic ones are the top sons all leave mine as like a pet bed in the corner of one of the rooms have put blankets and stuff in there and leave little treats in there and leave it out all the time that way the pets kinda used to sleeping with it. And the only thing that is changing is just the cover going on it when they need to travel, but it's a place that they're used to laying in and they feel comfortable and the other thing that I also suggest is they have feel away makes a product like a fair moon spray, and I always spray the pet some blankets and stuff that are in their carrier. A least a half hour before you leave. That'll help take some of the anxiety down as well. So then as long as you can get them to the office. Then when you get to the office a couple of things you can ask your veterinarian Abell is if they have feline friendly scheduling, for example, and our office will do blocks during the day. We'll roll have only feeling appointments that way they're not passing dogs coming in and out are they're not hearing dogs barking in other rooms, and that helps you know with your feeling friends. So they're not getting a little anxious. Also, you know, an feeling from the exam room one that they can, you know, put their carrier in that has, you know, maybe Fairmont spray on the, you know, counter mats and everything which, you know, we do at our office, you know, to help calm them down and make them a little more ease. Also, you know, if you bring them in instead of setting the carrier on the floor to where other pets could walk by it. You know, maybe having Ben China to where you can put them up at, you know, level with you that way they're not interacting with. Other pets are people walking by those are all things that can help create this dress for that. Visit getting that pet in an fast men are of course, you know, obviously helps the the amount of time that they're susceptible to interacting with other pets. They may not be happy about doing. And then, you know, once they're in there, you know, just going slow and Dino treats worked to a certain extent. But oftentimes when they are a little anxious. They they don't want trees. They don't want to eat. They just kinda wanna get done what they have to get done and go home. So, you know, really just going slow with the cat making them comfortable. You know, lots of putting lots of, you know, safety feeling secure, you know, bring your own blanket from home and letting them wrap them up in that blanket. So they feel safe keeping the pet with you. Those are all things that kinda bring Downing's -iety of that visit with your cat. Another thing. Also is if those things alone don't do the job and the pay is still a little anxious. You know, talk to your event about, you know, prescriptions, or, you know, maybe trying some composure or some Zoll Kane, you know, some of the anti anxiety medications, you know, insert them a day or two before your visit in that way. The pets anxiety can come down even further for Monica. Thank you very much. And I think that that helped all our fiend wine lovers out there. Get the visit to the vet safe and comfortable. So thank you. So very much. Thank you have a great day coming up summer's here.

Monica Layton president animal hospital Abell Zoll Kane Fairmont Ben China Dino Downing
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05:01 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back. Everyone to the Doug DB show me we are here with Monica Layton, president of professional pet sitters, and you know, sometimes cats could little nervous when we have to take him to the vet. And sometimes the actual trip to the could be even worse than the vets. Visit. So can you give us some tips on theory? Absolutely. So that's one thing that, you know, at the veterinary hospital, they work where we really try to work on is pure free visits for our feline friends because one you want the visit to go well for the pet and the pet owner there's nothing worse than you know, how many bring your pet to the vet and having the physical horribly, and then as a pet owner, you feel bad that you put your cat through that. And you know, it's just not fun for anybody. And you want, you know, your pets get regular exams and be seen so anything that can make that trip. A little easier is all the better for everybody involved. So as far as fear free visits. I always start with the number one thing at home is the carrier getting to the animal hospital. So keep in mind many vets do house calls, but if they do not. And you're bringing the pet in or maybe the pet sick. And in something that they can't do at home. You know, you're going to need to bring the pet in usually in a carrier. So I always suggest that, you know, leave the carrier out an irregular place on a regular visit regular basis, if you can I always, you know, if it's one of the ones that are the hard plastic ones are the tops unscrew all leave mine as like a pet bed in the corner of one of the rooms, put blankets and stuff in there and little treats in there and leave it out all the time that way the pets kinda used to sleeping with it. And the only thing that is changing is just the cover going on it when they need to travel, but it's a place that they're used to laying it, and they feel comfortable and the other thing that I also suggest is they have feel away makes a product like a fair moon spray. Am I always spray the pet some blankets and stuff that are in their carrier? A leased a half hour before you leave that'll help take some of the anxiety down as well as long as. As you can get them to the office. Then when you get to the office a couple of things you can ask your veterinarian about is if they have feline friendly scheduling, for example, and our office will do blocks during the day. We'll have only feeling appointments that way they're not passing dogs coming in and out are they're not hearing dogs barking in other rooms, and that helps you know with your feline friends. So they're not getting a little anxious. Also, you know, an feeling from the exam room one that they can, you know, put their carrier in that has, you know, maybe fair spray on the, you know, counter mats and everything which we do at our office, you know, to help calm them down and make them a little more ease. Also, you know, if you bring them in instead of setting the carrier on the floor to where other pets could walk by it. You know, maybe having Ben China to where you can put them up at, you know, level with you that way, they're not interacting with other pets are peop-. Walking by those are all things that can help alleviate the stress for that. Visit getting that pet in an fast me are. Of course, you know, obviously helps the the amount of time that they're susceptible to interacting with other pets. They may not be happy about doing. And then, you know, once they're in there, you know, just going slow and Dino treats worked to a certain extent. But oftentimes when they are a little anxious. They they don't want trees. They don't want to eat. They just kinda want to get done what they have to get done and go home. So, you know, really just going slow with the cat making them comfortable. You know, lots of putting lots of, you know, safety feeling secure, you know, bring your own blanket from home and letting them wrap them up in that blanket. So they feel safe keeping the pet with you. Those are all things that kind of bring down the inside of that visit with your cat. Another thing. Also is if those things alone don't do the job, and there is still a little anxious. You know, talk to your vent about, you know, prescriptions, or, you know, maybe trying some composure or some zucchini some of the anti anxiety medications, insert them a day or two before your visit in that way. The pets anxiety can come down even further for Monica. Thank you very much. And I think that that helped all our feline lovers out there. Get the visit to the vet safe and comfortable. Thank you. So very much. Thank you have a great day coming up summer's here.

Ben China Monica Layton president animal hospital Dino
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05:01 min | 3 years ago

"doug db" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back, everyone to the Doug DB show with Monica latent, president of professional pet sitters. And you know, sometimes cats could little nervous when we have to take him to the vet. And sometimes they actual trip to the vet could even worse than the vets. Visit. So can you give us some tips on fair cat, bits it? Absolutely. So that's one thing that, you know, at the veterinary hospital that I worked for we really try to work on is pure free visits for our feline friends because one you want the visit to go well for the pet and the pet owner there's nothing worse than having to bring your pen into that. And having the physical horribly, and then as a pet owner, you feel bad that you put your cat through that. And you know, it's just not fun for anybody. And you want, you know, your pet to get regular exams and be seen so anything that can make that trip. A little easier is. All the better for everybody involved. So as far as fear free that visits, I always start with the number one thing at home is the carrier getting to they animal hospital. So keep in mind, many vets do house calls that if they do not and you're bringing the pet in or maybe the pet's sake, and and something that they can't do home. Now, you're gonna need to bring the pet in usually in a carrier. So I always suggest Jeff that, you know, leave the carrier out in a regular place on a regular visit a regular basis, if you can I always, you know, if it's one of the ones that are the hard plastic ones at the top sunscreen will I'll leave mine as like a pet bed in the corner of one of the rooms put blankets and stuff in there and leave little treats in there and leave it out all the time that way the pets kinda used to sleeping with it. And the only thing that is changing is just the cover going on it when they. Need to travel, but it's a place that they're used to laying in and they feel comfortable in the other thing that I also suggest is they have peel away makes a product like a fair Mon spray, and I always spray the pet some blankets and stuff that are in their carrier. A least a half hour before you leave that'll help take some of the anxiety down as well. Then as long as you can get them to the office. Then when you get to the office a couple of things you can ask your veterinarian Abell is if they have feline friendly scheduling, for example, and our office will do blocks during the day. We'll have only feeling appointments that way they're not passing dogs coming in and out are they're not hearing dogs barking in other rooms, and that helps you know with your feeling friends. So they're not getting a little anxious. Also, you know, an feeling from the exam room one that they can, you know, put their carrier. And that has, you know, maybe they're Mon spray on the, you know, counter mats and everything which, you know, we do at our office, you know, to help calm them down and make them a little more ease. Also, you know, if you bring them in instead of setting the carrier on the floor to where other pets could walk by it. You know, maybe having Ben China to where you can put them up at level with you that way, they're not interacting with. Other pets are people walking by those are all things that can help alleviate the stress for that. Visit getting that pet in an you know, fast me, and are of course, you know, obviously helps the the amount of time that they're susceptible to interacting with other pets. They may not be happy about doing. And then, you know, once they're in there, you know, just going slow and beano treats work to a certain extent. But oftentimes when they are a little anxious. They don't want trees. They don't want to eat. They just kinda wanna get done what they have to get done and go home. So, you know, really just going slow with the cat making them comfortable. You know, lots of putting lots of, you know, safety feeling secure, you know, bring your own blanket from home and letting them wrap them up in that blanket. So they feel safe keeping the pet with you. Those are all things that kinda bring Downing's -iety of that visit with your cat. Another thing. Also is if those things alone don't do the job and the pet is still a little anxious. You know, talk to your event about prescriptions. Are you know, maybe trying some composure or some zucchini, you know, some of the anti anxiety medications know, insert them a day or two before your visit in that way. The pets anxiety can come down even further for Monica. Thank you very much. And I think that that helped all our feline lovers out there. Get the visit to the vet safe and comfortable. So thank you. So very much. Thank you have a great day coming up summer's here.

Monica president animal hospital Abell Jeff Ben China Downing