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The Original Anxiety Wrap for Dogs

$24 for Original Anxiety Wrap for Dogs ($39.95 List Price). 11 Sizes Available. Free Shipping.

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Q:

Does this have a place where you can hook on a leash? I have a dog that is constantly finding ways to get out of her harness and am thinking this might work.

Ashley N.  asked on  Oct 29, 2012

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The Anxiety Wrap does not have a leash attachment, but any harness can fit easily over the Anxiety Wrap.

Heather T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 30, 2012

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My dog's ribcage measures just over 33 inches... and he weighs 97 pounds. He is a tall, lean dog. We are unsure of his breed, but he is said to probably have lab and/or great dane in him. The ribcage puts him at a Large, but the weight puts him at an XXL... what should we do?

Emily B.  asked on  Oct 30, 2012

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The rib cage measurement is the best guide to fitting the dog. When you measure your dog should be standing, the tape measure used needs to be soft cloth or vinyl (not metal). If he still measures under 34 inches than his measurement falls into the size large. There are always exceptions to every rule, but measuring the girth is the best way to get the proper fit.

Heather T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 30, 2012

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We have a Yorkie who is crated at night (due to not being 100% housebroken). There appears to be no rhyme or reason in terms of his "early morning" awakening time and subsequent non-stop barking. He will awaken anytime from 4 a.m. til 6:30 a.m. irrespective of the time that the previous day ended (and is not related to his being "let out for elimination" immediately prior to being crated for the night). We have tried having him crated with us in the bedroom, thinking that perhaps this would curb any separation anxiety...but he barked immediately (he had long ago been permitted to sleep in our bedroom...until the "accidents" didn't subside), letting him "bark it out" - he doesn't stop-period, and my husband especially can not "sleep through his barking"....and our vet even prescribed a small dose of anti-anxiety med thinking that it may have been separation anxiety...all to no avail. This is really getting in the way of our animal-companion animal bond.....let alone our ability to get a good night's sleep! I am wanting to know if this item is appropriate for use in this situation. Given that our dog is 7 yrs old, I can imagine that he could "react" to the introduction of the item itself. By the way, I should mention that we also tried one of the anti-bark collars (will omit a non-toxic spray when the dog barks) -- it worked for a couple of days and then he "barked" through that too! Help! Thanks!

Mimi W.  asked on  Oct 29, 2012

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Barking is usually a symptom of a root cause. The dog should be checked out medically to confirm there's no physical problem. If there's no physical problem then yes the Anxiety Wrap should reduce to end his barking. The barking is likely a symptom of anxiety and the Anxiety Wrap will work to reduce the anxiety and therefore reduce the urge or need to bark. One other thing to think about is, how many hours in each day is he crated? If during the night (8-hrs) when all are asleep and during the day when at work (9-hrs) and when errands are run, etc. it can quickly total 17 hrs and more in a 24 hr period. Dogs should not be crated more than a few hours per day. If your dog is crated more than overnight then barking should be recognized as a possible red flag for boredom, lack of proper exercise, lack of emotional and social interaction. Increase exercise, interaction, and mental stimulation and see if that helps as well.

Heather T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 30, 2012

Q:

Does this have a place where you can hook on a leash? I have a dog that is constantly finding ways to get out of her harness and am thinking this might work.

Ashley N.  asked on  Oct 29, 2012

A:

The Anxiety Wrap does not have a leash attachment, but any harness can fit easily over the Anxiety Wrap.

Heather T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 30, 2012

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