Relaxing Dogs During the Pandemic

How to Chill Out Dogs during this Scary Pandemic

By David Baker, Cannabis Extraordinaire

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Thanks to COVID-19, daily routines have been disrupted throughout Northern California. Rather than spending 8 hours at the office, we are stuck at home. Of course, humans are not the only creatures whose lives have severely changed due to the lethal coronavirus. Not unlike their owners, dogs’ daily lives have been turned upside down with everybody in the house, all day, every day. When a canine’s anxiety goes untreated, some drastic behavior may be seen. For instance, your little angel may suddenly begin digging holes all over the yard. Fortunately, a few smart techniques exist, like the best CBD oil for dogs, to prevent pets from becoming overanxious during the pandemic.

The good news is that dogs don’t contract COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that the nasty virus isn’t being spread anywhere in the nation by pets. However, our four-legged family members still experience anxiety. After all, the pandemic is making us nervous, which our beloved pets can pick up on. Discover what a pet owner can do to get peace of mind in a crowded house during the outbreak? It all starts with keeping your four legged baby calm with CBD treats for dogs.

If your puppy is shaking, whining or panting, it is up to you to control the situation. Maybe today your pet may refuse to leave your side, but tomorrow your fur ball will be hiding in the corner. Made with organic ingredients, like high quality hemp oil, CBD oil for dogs also works wonders in times of isolation. It can be a lifesaver during Fourth of July fireworks or when strangers outside are scaring your little rug rat. Best of all, powerful CBD products work the first time they’re used, while costly pharmaceuticals usually take a few days to become effective in a canine’s system. People can choose from CBD Chicken Biscuits, Steak Bites, Liver Meatballs and Chicken Meatballs for roughly (or Ruff-ly) $20 for a 100 mg jar. Tails wag and everyone is happy.

It is also smart to take your anxious dog running or jogging. If he or she is a bit older, taking a leisurely walk can be just as helpful. Research also suggests that the right music for dogs can be excellent. Both iHeartRadio and Amazon devices have programs dedicated to dogs. Folks can even get their playlists by telling Alexa that their dogs are feeling stressed out or lonely.

When it is time to visit the veterinarian’s office, the medical team should make all the necessary accommodations to keep everyone nice and safe. That entails folks hanging out in their cars, rather than crowded waiting rooms. All doctors and nurses should then wear gloves and meet your dog outside in the parking lot. If you plan to get your four-legged monster groomed, make sure that the bathtub is properly bleached. At the same time, everything else should be wiped down thoroughly with Lysol after each dog’s visit.

In this scary time of self-isolation, you don’t have to be alone. Like Snoopy sporting a pair of sunglasses, dogs are always there to keep us cool. Let’s do the same for man’s best friend. While you’re at it, why not enjoy some amazing CBD gummy bear edibles for yourself?

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