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Aaron Starkman was almost 'one of those awful people you read about' whose dog died as he waited for his owner in an overheated parked car. Any time Starkman sees a dog in a parked car it reminds him that he nearly lost his own dog that way. But he and his ad agency have created something that could save dogs from heat exhaustion, whether in a parked car or at home during a power outage.
Before you put your hyperactive and/or anxious puppy or dog on Prozac, why not try one of the non-prescription natural products often recommended by veterinarians for 'nervous' Buddys and Bellas, whether they are situationally fearful or just 'high strung."
I love the notion of swimming with dolphins. I find them to be incredible creatures, beautiful, elegant, and intelligent. But keeping up with them would be a problem--unless you had the Dolphin Jet-pack...
There are some veterinarians that prescribe medicinal tranquilizers for hyperactive dogs; but talk to dog owners, and few actually want to use them. Would they try a natural supplement? You can bet on it, based on the number of natural products on the market which claim to calm canine hyperactivity. A French scientist, Dr. Claude Beata, recently presented his studies on a new natural product for canine anxiety that he's tested and has been approved in France.