Does Your Dog Panic When You Leave The House? Try This!

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Do you dread thunderstorms because you know your dog is going to panic the second it starts to rain? Does your dog act anxious every time you get in the car? Do you avoid leaving the house because your pup’s separation anxiety makes you cringe? Don’t panic! There may be a simple solution to your pup’s anxiety. You should try a ThunderShirt!

What Is A Thundershirt?

Although the name would suggest that it is only intended for thunderstorms, the ThunderShirt actually helps to calm a number of different anxieties in dogs. The ThunderShirt has a patent-pending design that consists of a wrap and velcro that fits snugly around your dog.


How Does It Work?

Depending on the severity of your dog’s anxieties, there is relatively little to no training involved with a ThunderShirt, you simply put the ThunderShirt on your pup and watch their anxieties disappear. By applying a gentle pressure to your dog, similar to swaddling an infant, the ThunderShirt helps to calm them down. The shirt works by targeting various pressure points in order to reduce anxiety.

Watch how the ThunderShirt helped these dogs overcome their unique challenges:

As mentioned above, the ThunderShirt alleviates more than just thunderstorm anxiety. The ThunderShirt is commonly used to relieve anxieties from travel, loud noises, and to help manage separation anxiety. It has also been known to help reduce excitable behaviors like leash pulling, barking, and fearfulness.

The ThunderShirt is a drug-free, safe, and effective way to treat your dog’s anxiety. According to their website, ThunderShirts help over 80% of dogs and cats that try the product!

Sounds awesome, right? Try it out for yourself! Get your very own ThunderShirt here!


Have you tried a ThunderShirt? Let us know!

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Alli B. was born and raised in the Great Lakes State. She is a proud dog mom to an adorable mutt named Rue, a three-legged pup named Tripp, and a crazy cat mom to two feisty felines, Louie and Pikachu. She spends her days exploring all that Michigan has to offer with her husband and their fur-babies.
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