Anxiety in dogs can take different forms and may exhibit as shaking, tail tucking, excessive barking, howling, or attempts to escape. Pet anxiety should not be ignored, as it can take a physical and mental toll on your furry friend. Talk to your veterinarian near Campbell to find out if your dog might have an illness that is contributing to his anxiety, or if he needs to go on anti-anxiety medications. Behavior modification is often the best long-term solution for pet anxiety—try starting with small periods of time away from your animal that is increased as he adjusts. You can help your pet stay calm by being calm yourself, and not making it a big deal when you leave or come home. Check out this infographic to learn more about anxiety in dogs, and what you can do to help. Please share with your friends and fellow pet owners.