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Noise phobia is common among pet dogs and it makes them anxious and behaves in an abnormal manner. If it is not treated, the noise phobia can escalate and make your pet fear other things too. As a pet owner, you need to understand their stress and help them to overcome their concerns.
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Symptoms of Noise Phobia in Dogs
Check if your dog shows the following noise phobia signs:
- Scratching and digging
- Uncontrolled defecating or urinating
- Excessive barking
If your dog shows these symptoms after listening to loud noises, you should take active steps to assist your pet to overcome their frights. The following tips can guide you:
Make Your Dog Feel Safe
Assure your pet that you care for them by gently massaging them when they show fear symptoms. This will make them feel secure and safe, and they will start to relax and calm down. But take care not to overreact, which may make your dog feel that the noise has affected you too. Remain with your pet till they calm down and give them a treat as a reward.
If you need to leave your pet alone, give them a comfortable place in your home where they can take rest, and feel safe. Dogs prefer to take refuge in small protected places when they feel scared, so make them aware of the special space you’ve created for them.
Remain Composed Yourself
To assure and comfort your dog during a loud thunderstorm or other noisy situations, you should first stay composed and calm yourself. If you show signs of irritation, nervousness, and fear, your dog can sense it and may react in a similar manner. However, if you remain relaxed and calm, your pet will sense your composure and will calm down too.
The desensitization method involves exposing your dog to sound recordings. You can initially play low-volume sounds and then gradually increase them. This can aid your dog to get used to the noises and sounds, and steadily overcome their phobia.
Consider medication as the last step if nothing else helps. Ask your vet to prescribe suitable medication to assist your pet to relax when exposed to loud noises like construction sounds, airplanes, fireworks, or thunderstorms.
To sum up, you should alertly pick up your dog’s noise fear symptoms and show patience and understanding to help them beat their phobia.
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