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I recommend that you talk to your local veterinarian about this question. You have already tried most things that are recommended to help with the anxiety or to distract her. In most cases when these do not work the next step can be medication and behavior modification. The medication that will be best for your pet will depend on your pet’s age, breed, weight, and overall health as well as how often it storms where you live. Your vet knows your pet and the local environment so they can give you the best recommendation. I would not start any medication for this unless it is recommended by your vet.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
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