Anxious DogIn September, we adopted a starving street dog. He was neutered probably too young. He has been on a raw meat diet and has been quite healthy. We had to go overseas for five weeks and had someone stay with him. His personality has changed and he is now sometimes agressive with people who came to the house all the time. He will really growl and bark at them after being with them for about five minutes of play. He also has taken to chewing our shoes which he never did before, even though he has bones and other things to chew. Now he just takes the shoes to his place.
I gave him Ignatia LM1 a week ago. It's helped somewhat. But he's still taking the slippers.
We cannot leave him alone in the house as he cries without stopping. We give him to the watchman while we are gone.
He seems to get excited in a good way when people come, almost overexcited, but is not afraid.
He is a good watchdog and really barks when there is a stranger at the door, but jumps on people in a friendly way if he knows them, but which they may not like.
Any suggestions? No health problems except he will throw up bile if he is not fed at the same time regularly.
Armando on 2005-08-01
Astra2012 last decade
I would also look into the remedy PHOSPHORUS. Can't be left alone, bark a lot, chew things, need constant reassurance, tons of energy, sensitive to loud noise/thunder, sensitive to anesthesia, bleed a lot. So many other remedies as well for this.
STAPHYSAGRIA-Prior abuse. Anger/humiliation, anger that began after surgery.
NAT MUR-Abandonment. They are silent with their grief where as IGNATIA is loud with their grief.
Post as much detail as you can and you will be on the road to healing your dog.
Namaste27 last decade
Kiranna last decade
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