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Your pet is an essential member of your family. Keeping him or her health will give them a longer life, and you and your family more time to enjoy their loyal companionship. Pets have health-care needs that are in many ways much like that of humans. Moving is a particular stressor for pets. They are also vulnerable to diseases that only animals can be stricken with, and preventative care is essential for helping them avoid these.

Pet wellness embraces many areas of a healthy happy pet, so learn how you can identify and eliminate pet stress to give them a prolonged, more comfortable, healthier life.

Are you surprised to read that animals have stress? Stress affects our dogs and cats and various types of pets across the board. Pet stress, just like people stress, causes health problems, decrease the quality of life, causes depression, and shortens their lifespan. For these reasons, among others, it is necessary for pet owners to practice pet wellness by identifying if their pet is stressed and using the fundamental techniques to eliminate the anxiety to increase the quality of their pet’s life.

Stress Signs

Excessive shedding: The more stress your pet feels, the more she sheds. Shedding is also frequent with poor quality pet food, poor diet, and due to genetics, or lack of sunlight. Another condition causing excessive shedding is when the pores of the dog's skin do not close all the way allowing hair to fall continuously. Your veterinary doctors can determine if it is an illness or if your pet is under stress.

Aggression: A sick or injured pet may become aggressive if approached or stroked. But if your pet experiences anxiety from being in an unfamiliar environment, your pet’s aggression could be stress-related.Lack of or no appetite: Pets that are stressed, sick, or depressed often eat less or lose their appetite altogether. Poor appetite is another area that needs to be immediately addressed by your vet.

Passive behavior: The opposite of aggression, some pets become passive when under stress. If your usually playful pet seems uncharacteristically quiet, she may be experiencing anxiety.

Itching: Itching is a sign of several things such as fleas, ticks, lice, or a skin allergy; but it can also be a sign of stress if your dog or cat is scratching more than usual. Eliminate the possibility of pests and allergies first. Then, consider what could be causing your pet’s stress.

Happy Pet Signs

- Curious

- Playful

- Shows recognition of people he knows

- Normal stools and elimination habits that are rarely disturbed

- Overall happy appearance and behavior

- A healthy appetite

Stress is not the cause for all problems your pet may encounter, but it should certainly never be ruled out. Give your pet the quality of life he deserves by ensuring his meals, treats, exercise, training, lifestyle, grooming, and environment are healthy ones and appropriate for his breed and age. Giving your pet a wholesome natural diet free from pool qualify ingredients and unhealthy additives will maintain her inner and outer beauty as well as protect her from disease. Maintain your pet’s health further by doing your level best to eliminate pet stress and enhance the length and quality of your pet’s life.

Talk to your professional realtor about homes that provide a pet-friendly environment.


This Single-Family in Mason, NH recently sold for $315,000. This Cape style home was sold by Office Remax - RE/MAX Synergy - Bedford.


403 Jackson Road, Mason, NH 03048-4801

Single-Family

$330,000
Price
$315,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Large oversized cape on 4.29 private acres. Sunny bright house features open concept kitchen/dining/living area with first floor master suite. Uptstairs are 2 large bedrooms and full bath. This solid prefab modularly built home has 8ft ceilings, wide foyer, central chimney with hearth for woodstove, and unfinished walk out basement with workshop area. The land is partially cleared and there is a small shed type barn with room enough for a horse. Run out leads to overgrown paddock which can easily be cleared. Property abuts private acreage with trails for riding horses or hiking (by landowner's permission- no motorized vehicles). Mason Rail Trail is nearby. Minimum of 90 days to close. 48 hr notice to show by appointment. House is currently rented. Owner has never lived in house.




This Single-Family in Allenstown, NH recently sold for $230,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Office Remax - RE/MAX Synergy - Bedford.


109 River Road, Allenstown, NH 03275

Single-Family

$225,000
Price
$230,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
If you're looking for quiet and peaceful, this 2 bedroom 2 bath ranch is a must-see! On the corner of River Rd and Wall St, this home is perfectly nestled between a horse farm and softball field and is 1 of only 3 properties on a tranquil, dead-end Wall Street. The delightful kitchen features newer granite counter tops with peninsula, plenty of cabinet space and recently updated stainless steel appliances, including a gas stove. The adjacent dining area leaves you surrounded by windows, offering an abundance of natural sunlight and views of the neighboring fields. The master bedroom suite includes a 3/4 bath with large, walk-in closet. Updates include a new roof and renovated kitchen in 2017 as well as an interlock system for the electrical panel, making this home generator ready! Mere minutes from shopping and only 20 minutes to Manchester or Concord, this is a solid home and a solid value in today's market, making it a hidden gem you don't want to miss! Showings begin Saturday April 27th.




This Single-Family in Hudson, NH recently sold for $195,800. This Condex style home was sold by Office Remax - RE/MAX Synergy - Bedford.


23A Robinson Road, Hudson, NH 03051

Single-Family

$192,900
Price
$195,800
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Neat as a pin with many recent updates this home is truly move in ready. Brand new granite & updated cabinets in the spacious kitchen and new hardwood in the family room/stairs. Freshly painted throughout & bathrooms have been remodeled. Don't miss your opportunity to call this home your own!




This Single-Family in Lunenburg, MA recently sold for $205,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Office Remax - RE/MAX Synergy - Bedford.


21 Hamlin Street, Lunenburg, MA 01462

Single-Family

$194,900
Price
$205,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
4
Rooms
1
Baths
Multiple offers. All offers due by 4pm on Monday, May 20, 2019. Offers will be reviewed shortly after. Don't miss out on this cute and cozy ranch in a great location! Situated in a nice neighborhood, this ranch would make a great property for a first time buyer or someone looking to downsize! This home features a spacious open concept between the living room and the kitchen. Down the hall you will find one full bath and two bedrooms. Directly above is a walk up attic with plenty of storage space. The backyard is nice and level with a shed. In addition to the shed out back there is a partially finished, detached home office that is begging for a makeover! Delayed showings until the open house on Sunday, 5/19 from 10-12.






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