Fortunately, we have some helpful tips, food for thought and some of the telltale signs of troubled behavior to watch out for, all to help guide anyone who's concerned about how to handle the transition.
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How to help your fur-kids during back to scool transition
Cats show signs of distress by over-grooming, hiding, soiling outside of the cat box, withdraw from people or overly seek affection.
Include your dog in the back-to-school activities by walking the kids to the bus stop. Your dog loves walks and will enjoy this time!
After school, have the kids play with your pets, this is a great time to teach your pet new tricks, grooming, play ball or frisbee and yard cleanup.
Try to stick to a regular routine to reduce stress to your pet.
Give LOTS of love and attention! Healthy Treats help support your pets emotional health
If your pet is still having symptoms of stress after a week or two, see your veterinarian.