5 Reason Why Anxiety isn't just a Behavioural Issue

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  1. Anxiety leads to muscle tension causing pain

  2. Injury risk is increased due to changes in posture and muscle tension

  3. If pain or tension in the muscles occurs then exercise must be reduced, this can lead to muscle atrophy and decreased muscle strength

  4. Anxiety limits social interaction reducing the opportunity for enrichment

  5. Anxiety can lead to a reduction in appetite leading to poor nutrition and lack of energy and resources for the animal during exercise

So how do we prevent or manage anxiety in our pets?

With all the changes that have occurred over the last few months, we have put together a step by step guide for you on how to take yours and your pets lives from stressed and anxious to calm and confident.

Download your copy here- https://mailchi.mp/49266479a7f8/reducing-stress

And to keep them distracted or reward their calm behaviour why not check out our healthy treats vlog or indulge your dog with a selection of natural chews from Muddy Paws and Waggy Tails? Contact them at https://www.facebook.com/Muddypawsandwaggytails/ to place your order!


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