December 30, 2009 by Product Reviews

A snug hug against anxiety

The Thundershirt fits the bill as an inexpensive, easy-to-implement, natural way to treat anxiety in dogs. Boasting an 85% success rate, Thundershirt guarantees to soothe anxiety symptoms such as destructive behaviour, hiding, barking, panting, shaking, vomiting and even seizures.

Simply wrap the Thundershirt flaps around your dog's torso and chest, securing them with Velcro for a snug but not restricting fit (you should still be able to slip your fingers between the Thundershirt and your dog). The constant pressure is designed to deliver a calming effect that alleviates Fido's fear of fireworks, lightening, crate, noise, other dogs, separation, strangers, travel, or whatever it is that is causing the anxiety. $1 of every sale goes to a dog rescue group.

Available in adjustable XX-Small to XX-Large sizes for $36, and now featuring a sporty style, $41 at

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Sat, 11/10/2012 - 00:05
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Mon, 11/12/2012 - 00:38
Where did you get your Thundershirt, Tracy? I have a small Sheltie and a small Beagle/Basset mix who do not appreciate thuednr. Well, I am not sure about the Bagel she bays at it yet doesn't seem nervous perhaps talking back. Most of the hounds here do not appreciate rain. I had to make Justus first go outside, block him from going back inside, watch him run around and NOT pee, block him again, telling him "Hurry up" which apparently reminded him of his business as he then did pee and got to go back in the house. Sigh. Our rain was all day but never pouring.
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