How to Help Your Dog with Noise Phobia?

Noise phobia is a type of anxiety disorder that causes dogs to become fearful or stressed in response to loud noises.

Noise Phobia

Some of the most common noises that can trigger noise phobia in dogs include: Thunderstorms Fireworks Gunshots Vacuum cleaners Blenders Lawnmowers

Common Noises

Signs and symptoms of noise phobia in dogs can include: Shaking Panting Trembling Hiding Urinating or defecating

Signs and Symptoms

Desensitize your dog to noises gradually. Create a safe space for your dog to retreat to during loud noises.

How to Help?

If you're struggling to help your dog with noise phobia on your own, it's important to seek professional help from a qualified animal behaviorist.

Seek Professional Help

You can find information on the websites of the American Kennel Club (AKC), the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), and the Association of Pet Behavior Consultants (APBC).

More Information

Noise phobia can be a difficult condition for dogs to cope with, but it can be treated with patience, consistency, and professional help.


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