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Clinical Discussion : Episode 18

Tackling canine separation anxiety with Dr Christopher Pachel


Learn about the Calmer Canine treatment system and how it utilizes targeted pulse electromagnetic frequency technology to potentially reduce separation anxiety in dogs

Sponsored by Zomedica

In the latest episode of dvm360 Live!, Christopher Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC addresses separation anxiety in dogs. This emotional crisis affects millions of pets across the United States, leaving pet parents feeling helpless when they have to leave their furry companions home alone. Pachel explores various treatment options and introduces a promising solution, the Calmer Canine treatment system.

Separation anxiety affects approximately 17% of dogs in the US, equivalent to around 13 million dogs. The emotional toll it takes on both pets and their owners can be devastating, disrupting the human-animal bond and leading to a paralyzing sense of helplessness for pet parents.

Pachel outlines the 3 primary approaches to managing separation anxiety: behavioral management, training and behavior modification, and pharmaceutical options. While these methods offer relief, challenges such as compliance and potential side effects pose significant hurdles for pet owners.

The spotlight of the discussion falls on the Comer Canine device, a breakthrough intervention using Targeted Pulse Electromagnetic Frequency (T-PEMF) technology. The device, worn comfortably in a harness or vest, is positioned behind the base of the head and requires just 15 minutes of use twice a day, offering a more accessible and less labor-intensive option for pet owners.

Watch the full video above for more.

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