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  1. Got the melatonin last night too , I just powdered one up in her pre bedtime snack, and she just auto piloted all the way until j got done with stuff, it helped both of us alot.

  2. Please do NOT EVER put your dogs on any amxiety medication which is the same poison given to people. Withdrawal from those meds is pure hell amd torture. I am living it snd I have heard horrific stories of dogs going mad because of withdrawl and if I feel horrible and I can at leasr talj imagine them. The best thing to do if they experience this horro of withdrawl is to mercy put them down.

  3. Wow..
    I had discovered this and didn't even know it.. when I give ❤"Mini" ❤ her neck treatment for fleas prior to her actual bath , she tries to rear her head back and away, but with one finger right in that area . Even a little bit down onto the nose she goes tranquil fairly quickly.. woooow. Praising her helps too. So helpful.. thank you Doc❤❤

  4. I am so grateful for this channel. I’m learning so much about the utilization of whole foods, plants, and spices as natural medicines. In addition, it is helpful to have some idea about what symptoms might suggest certain conditions and/or disease processes in dogs.

    The knowledge that I could potentially use acupressure to calm my dog successfully definitely increases my confidence, and I’ll try this when the next thunderstorm arrives!

  5. My 11 year old Rat Terrier has seperation anxiety….I'm gonna do this a couple of times before I leave her. I usually dont stay out longer than 4 hours. I will return to take her out and check up on her if I'm at a local outing.

  6. Any natural anti anxiety remedies for dogs to fly on planes. My pup was great airplanes until she became senior and lost her sight. I think she gets overstimulated now but I really want to bring her on our family trip to Hawaii. The flight is 5 hours long. Any recommendations?

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