17 months of patience all for nothing.
Poor Rassilon has gone back to where he was with his nerves. And it all started when he heard a motorbike with a high pitched engine go past. He couldn’t see it, just hear it.
Then this morning, I don’t know if he was outside at the time, but the woman who moved into the new house next door on New Years Eve, smashed her car through the car port fencing, leaving it broken and dented. It was outside of the gate luckily, but now when Rassi goes out, he just wants to stand and look at the gates. (on the bright, but nasty, side, she did make a mess of the side of her car!!)
Anyway, the rescue Remedy drops aren’t working as well as they did when I first tried them, but they are working a bit. I remembered hearing about a special coat for panicky dogs, so onto Google for a look, but I couldn’t find it. However, I did find a site that specialises in “audio-therapy” for dogs, so I read about it and some of the testimonies, and then I bought some CDs to see if they work as well as people were saying. (Results to follow later). They specialise in calming dogs and cats and lowering stress.
It is classical music, but played at a different tempo to how it was written, and apparently, the results are very good. (Google search TADE)
More on this subject to follow.