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How Prevalent is Dog Anxiety for Thunder Typical dog fear stance: ears back, whites of the eyes showing, head lowered and back hunched. A dog anxiety survey of 2000 dog owners found that approximately 13% of dogs suffer from noise phobias, defined as a persistent, irrational fear response. Yet of those surveyed, only one third of the respondents whose dogs exhibited symptoms had sought any treatment or professional advice to manage their dog's condition. Furthermore the Bristol survey found that 50% of owners did not recognize that behaviors they reported in response to loud noises were in fact fear related symptoms. Here are three effective treatments for reducing canine anxiety caused by fireworks, gunshots and thunderstorms. Noise Sensitive Dogs: Causes of Noise Phobias and Anxiety Some dogs exhibit fear of loud noises from an early age while others display a sudden or slowly increasing fear of loud noises over time. Certain breeds, such as
The "deer" headed Chihuahua Photo Credit: Werwin 15 Chihuahuas are renowned for their over-sized personalities, penned up in pint-sized bodies. Some of their admirers refer to this attitude as the Napoleon Complex. The American Kennel Club describes their personality as "saucy," and continues, by describing them as self-confident, self-reliant and even self-important. With such a tremendous disposition to live up to, you can have a lot of fun appointing your tiny chihuahua with a big name worthy of a little tyrant. These chihuahua name ideas pack a punch for your tiny bundle of TNT! Included here are male and female Spanish names for chihuahuas, spicy names as well as unique, famous names from history for your male or female chihuahua. The History of the Chihuahua This ancient breed originates in Mexico, and is named for the Chihuahua region. Ancient frescos from the Toltecs and clay effigy pots clearly depict image
The Irish Setter is a breed of gundog that is also a well loved family dog. The AKC recognizes the heavier set, show-bred dog as the Irish Setter, while the Field Dog Stud Book recognizes the lighter, more agile dog under the name Red Setter. These happy-go-lucky dogs are highly intelligent and high in drive. Affectionate with family, they also greet strangers enthusiastically; with that in mind, they do not make good guard dogs. These unique names for female Irish Setters exalt their Irish gundog heritage, rolicking personalities and radiant, red coats. Irish Setter On Point while pheasant hunting. By Henktenklooster Irish Female Names For Puppies Aideen - Means Fire, a great name for a fiery redhead. Bevin - Fair Lady; originally used to describe Norse women. Bree - Higher power. Bridie - Derived from Bridget, it means the high one or strength. Colleen - Little girl. Darcy - Means dark or descended from the dark hair