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I adopted Pepper Jack, a 6 year old Cairn Terrier 2 years ago and thought he would perk up. I treated him with your Derma-IonX and it totally stopped the itching that my vet unsuccessfully treated almost 2 years. Now I really want to find something to boost his spirits. He's very cuddly and devoted to me and somewhat animated on walks but otherwise just sleeps all day and night inside. I take him to work most days and the seniors I work with love him and think he's a therapy dog cause he just sits calmly and lets them pet/brush him at length.I feed him the best of food and love him dearly. He does not like to get in the car, and shakes, gets really nervous when he hears high pitched noises like computer beeps.I now he was emotionally and physically abused and neglected for a long time before coming to me. Please advise. I've tried 1 of the Bach flower remidies but not the rescue one but there was no change. -Charlotte-

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March 25, 2013 at 12:25 PM

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Dear Charlotte,

You could try Anxietrex for your dog. It helps pets deal with various causes of anxiety. Sometimes it is hard to determine the stimulus. Diet can also affect behavior. Artificial preservatives and colors are good to avoid. I like a non GMO diet. What diet do you give?

Before a stimulus that you know is upsetting such as getting in the car you could give a Chill Out Chews. Do not give him extra attention when his behavior is not what you want. It is better to try to ignore it and reward the positive behavior.

Please let us know how you do.

Best regards,

Dr. Char

www.vetionx.com

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
March 26, 2013 at 1:17 PM
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