The torrent of recent rain in Wichita and the surrounding areas are wreaking havoc on river beds and basement sump pumps, but they have also been responsible for storm anxiety in many pets.
There are a variety of reasons pets might have storm anxiety including: pets can sense a change in the barometric pressure, loud thunder can be frightening and a build-up of static electricity in their fur can cause small shocks that range from uncomfortable to downright terrifying for an animal. Sometimes, a human that is scared of storms can pass that anxiety along to animals.
How can you help relieve storm anxiety in your dog? We have 5 tips to help!
Dr. Skinner and Dr. James at Cimarron Animal Hospital can help direct and guide you on the best course of action to remedy your pet’s storm anxiety. Call our offices today to schedule a consultation before the thunderstorm season really takes off in Kansas.
Our updated hours are:
Mon., Wed., Fri. 8AM-5:30PM
Saturday - CLOSED starting March 28
Please call our office or email us at [email protected] with questions about your pets.
Thank you for your understanding and just know we are trying our best to help everyone get through the COVID-19 pandemic. We are following the AVMA and KVMA guidelines during this difficult time.
We are here for you and your family, and thank you for your patience and understanding.