Traveling and the Holidays are a stressful time for many of us. Since your animals take many cues from you, they can tend to be stressed out as well.
There are simple things you can do to help de-stress the animals in your life, making your home a much more festive (and safe) place to be, and will help you create a more stable and manageable animal friendly home for years to come!
These Traveling and Holiday preparation Tips will dramatically reduce the stress levels of your animals this holiday season — remember that if you’re stressed, they are too and they need your help.
If your animals are insanely:
- Barking crazily around the Christmas tree or climbing it to hide in it’s branches, risking knocking it over!
- Too much tempting glitter for them to control themselves and your toys are in danger too if they think they can play with all that great stuff….
- Barking at or jumping on your guests….
- Running away or hiding the entire time, not eating or going to the bathroom appropriately
- Getting anxious when you leave or when strangers arrive
- Stealing food off the counters or worse, off people’s plates!
- Are you traveling this holiday season? Whether you take them with you or leave them with friends, family or at the kennel, this Tip help make it easier for everyone…
Taking the proper steps to de-stress your animal now and during the Season’s festivities helps you de-stress too! Because it helps you plan in ways that are more manageable, creates more certainty, helps you be less emotionally imbalanced, more peaceful and calm.
You will learn:
- How your animals are actually already giving you feedback and how to respond correctly to minimize stress, danger and frustration.
- Tips for getting and keeping a more emotionally stable home environment so they can connect with others in a more meaningful way
- 3 top clues that let you know your animal(s) are stressing out and that can help them avoid developing serious behavior issues
- Animals do what makes sense to them – take a look at the holidaze through the eyes of your animal friend
- Why learning and using animal communication is so important and how it helps create more security and understanding — plus an easy way to get started talking with your animals now
- How to explain to your animals what’s going to happen and what’s expected of them, avoiding more stress and confusion
- Finding out what is important to your animals about the holiday, and sharing with them why the holiday is important to you
- Find out how to ask your animals for feedback or concerns
- How to check their stress levels and offer time outs to calm down, discuss problems so resolve together
- Tips on how to own and be responsible for your own stress levels, because you know your animals reflect you
- How to put yourself in their shoes, imagine the experience from their viewpoint so you can make a plan to do something about that on their behalf from a place a calm, assertive confident energy