Many pets suffer from over-excitable behavior tends to become a growing concern by the owners. Excitable pets are often difficult to conduct and control, disobedient and do not respond to your commands. For example, your dog may bark and whine continuously or destroy your home for attention, jumping on people, and can not just relax. Very often, pet owners can punish their pets shouting or hitting, but this only intensifies the problem. If you are going to punish your pet has to be done immediately and humanely because the harsh punishments may be associated with other unwanted behaviors such as anxiety, aggression or urinate.

To correct the over-excitability, pets need to get enough exercise to channel your energy, and are stimulated with obedience training. Encourage your pet to this quiet and relaxed Aque must be strengthened since they are puppies to avoid bad behavior patterns. It is also very important to keep calm, controlled and patient about your pet so that he can channel their positive energy gradually. Reward him with affection and attention through a recess, a pat, praise or a treat for the calm behavior and ignore the rowdy behavior, demanding and excitable. What causes excitability? This type of behavior is usually an underlying symptom of lack of socialization at an early age, lack of proper training, stress, people, an anxious or nervous disposition, other pets and animals, loud noises, sudden movements or isolation. If your pet shows excessive excitability and exercise techniques and positive reinforcement are not helping the animal may suffer from an underlying disease such as hyperthyroidism. Your vet may also prescribe anti-anxiety medications to reduce excitability and to calm. However, it is highly recommended that you first socialize your pet an early age, ejercitelo daily along with obedience training and positive reinforcement.

The natural remedies are gaining in popularity with not only humans but also with our pets. Those without the unwanted side effects of conventional medications prescribed. The carefully selected herbs such as laterifolia Scutellaria (Scullcap) and Passiflora incarnata contain excellent soothing properties to support the nervous system. The homeopathic ingredients such as Kalium phosphate and have Argentum nit.