Vet suggests ways to help dogs with "storm phobia"

06/11/2010 | USA Today

The storms in the summer can prove perilous to dogs. Thunder and lightning strikes can cause dogs to suffer psychological damage, which may lead the animals to inflict serious physical damage upon themselves, including lacerations, bruises, broken teeth and fractured claws. This article outlines some of the ways to keep dogs calm during summer storms.

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