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Winter-Proof your Pet: 3 Ways to Lick Seasonal
Fence Brand on 12-23-2015
awareness of Seasonal Affective Disorder, SAD, in pets has grown in recent
years, and with this awareness has come a lot of good information about causes
and symptoms, not to mention quite a few great ideas for curing our companions’
Cases of SAD in pets can range from moderate to serious, with symptoms ranging
from lethargy and potty-training relapse to sudden aggressive behavior and
refusal of food. The majority of solutions out there boil down to three big
ones: exercise, socialization and sunlight. Hit these biggies on a regular
basis for the next couple weeks, and you’ll have your old friend back in no
- Exercise. There
are plenty of easy, pet-friendly activities that will help you beat the
boredom, even on a snow day. For example, you might start with a simple
round of fetch in a long hallway, progress into a stimulating session of hide and seek, then move on
to a cardboard box obstacle course or a scratching-post play area. And now
that you’ve got your pet panting or purring, why not round out the
afternoon with a soothing session of doga?
- Socialization. Ready
for a day out? Consider taking your pet to an indoor pet park where he can
interact with his peers, or enroll in a day class that you can participate
in together. Lack of socialization is a key factor in SAD, so the
combination of exercise and social interaction such activities offer may
well justify the extra expense. Also, having your pup tag along for your
kids’s after-school activities is a great way to work in some much needed
social interaction for their pal.
- Sunlight. Pets
are susceptible to SAD in the first place because they’re mammals, and all
mammals respond to the sun’s seasonal retreat in the same way: they ramp
up production of melatonin, the body’s sleep medicine. If your pet is
staying active during the day, more melatonin is a good thing. But without
ample daylight and activity to balance things out, your pet’s double dose
of drowsy medicine can effectively push them into hibernation mode. Which
is not a good thing. Unless your pet is a bear.
light can have a miraculous effect on your pet. But between the short days, gym
memberships, kids’s recitals, unpredictable weather, bad traffic and looming
deadlines—sometimes a leisurely walk in the dog park can be a lot to ask. But
fear not, there are some nifty solutions out there that can safely promote
independence and boost your pet’s morale, even when you’re away from
The common pet door, for example, has seen some notable transformations in
recent years that make them a unique solution for busy pet parents. Offering
advanced features like customizable automatic locks and integration into
electronic containment systems, pet doors aren’t what they used to be. For
those seeking an indoor light supplement, the phototherapy box, or lightbox, a proven
boon to humans, has now been successfully adapted for the pet market as well.
So, this winter, when you find yourself caught off-guard by erratic,
out-of-character moods or behaviors from your pet, remember the big three:
exercise, socialization and sunlight. A little sunlight, a lap or two at the
pet park, and a rousing session of the Muffin Tin Game--and you’ll have your pet’s
case of SAD licked.
At Invisible Fence Brand of Saskatchewan we’re passionate about protecting pets — so you can focus on fun! So, let’s talk. And we’ll find the gentle, effective, affordable solution that’s right for you and your pet. Guaranteed.