K9 Revive, Alternative Solution for Dog Anxiety
The 4th of July is coming around, the day to celebrate Independence Day. That means a day to enjoy grilling, family, friends, and FIREWORKS! For many dog owners that means a day filled with anxiety for your furry friend. I have witnessed my own dogs dealing with fireworks....scared, shaking, and hiding in my closet! Can K9 Revive help dogs dealing with anxiety?
The first question should be what causes anxiety in our dogs? There are several factors that might be in play causing anxiety in your dog:
- Genetic Disposition - Some dogs are more prone to anxiety. Generally high energy, intelligent dogs are more prone to anxiety.
- Medical Condition - Aging dogs can experience anxiety if changes in their body are associated with their nervous system.
- Puppy Socialization - Puppies taken away from their mother too soon (generally before eight weeks) can be habitually fearful and not interact normally with dogs or humans.
- Past Trauma - Dogs can be fearful at any time, though most phobias occur during the ages of 1 to 3 years old (i.e. abandonment, other mistreatment).
K9 Revive helps properly manage neurotransmitters like serotonin and norepinephrine. Overall it helps the mood of the dog, and increases the possibility of a calm and peaceful mind. The anxiety relieving properties of K9 Revive leave your dog with enhanced performance of hormones and neurotransmitters.
Attached below is a client testimonial from Tara regarding her six year old English Bulldog. Tara's dog suffered from constant anxiety. Four days after being on K9 Revive the anxiety was gone, and Tara noticed more energy, strength, and overall balance. This testimonial really hammers the point that K9 Revive has a variety of natural healing properties in the formula.
Every dog responds differently, and how quickly you as the owner see results is unique depending on each individual dog. It does not happen in one day, but typically our dog owner's are noticing significant improvements in a matter of weeks.
Have a great 4th of July and keep getting stronger dogs!