If you live with an anxious pet then you know how annoying those whiny, nervous and pacey little punks can be every time they hear scary noises, and how hard it can be to get them to relax.
You could get your vet to prescribe something, or buy a thunder shirt and some ear muffs, but who wants to buy more overpriced pet junk that may not work or turn their pet into a prescription drug addict?
Pet behaviourist Karen Wild and vet Robert White-Adams (with a little help from David Tennant) talk about the science behind the first films for cats and dogs designed to help calm them around fireworks and loud noises.
David Tennant should just officially change his name to "The Doctor" because he is an unique and amazing individual!
-Via Laughing Squid