With Fourth of July just around the corner, many pet owners will be looking for something to help their four-legged friend deal with the loud noises. One option I suggest trying is the Anxiety Wrap from Company of Animals.
I am lucky. Toby, and so far Maddux, are unfazed by them, which is good, because living near a lake that has fireworks for very possible celebration, and every Thursday during the summer, could be challenging if they were impacted by them.
However, this is not the norm. Most pets are not big fans of fireworks, and can get anxious, start panting excessively, bark non-stop, and well, just overall stressed out. This is not good for them, or their owners, who are trying to calm them down, but getting frustrated themselves.
The Anxiety Wrap, activates key pressure points where canines harbor stress, including in their neck and chest area, shoulders, midsection and hind quarters. The wrap’s patented design creates a continuous, full-body acupressure experience that helps relieve or resolve the pet’s stress and the resulting behaviors stemming from fear, anxiety, hyperactivity, insecurity and shyness.
Designed to be lightweight and breathable, the Anxiety Wrap’s custom made fabric features a four-way stretch that provides a snug fit that’s as unique. It easily flexes and moves with the pet for a comforting hug-like sensation.
One important thing to note when it comes to selecting an Anxiety Wrap for your dog is the size. Since it is hitting specific pressure points, it is important the wrap fits correctly. To help with that, here is a sizing chart.
The makers of the Anxiety Wrap were nice enough to give one lucky My Tail Hurts From Wagging So Much reader the opportunity to try it for themselves. Just perform one of the tasks below. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to respond to our email or another winner will be selected. Sorry, but we can only ship to addresses in the continental U.S.