Is Your Dog Stressed (Infographic)

Posted by Joe Cayetano on Jul 17, 2018 2:39:08 PM

These tips will help you indicate a nervous condition in your dog. And there are more reasons than the ones we pointed out that causes stress. If your dog’s behavior worsens, please consult a veterinarian.

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We’d like to share with you an infographic on signs if your dog is stressed. Our pets go through the same emotions as their owners do. They get upset, lonely and scared like anyone would. Unfortunately, they can’t communicate in the same manner as us. They all have their own unique and special way of letting us know what they feel. This infographic will help us be more aware of what to look for when your dog is stressed.

Things to look out for

  • Excess scratching. This is a sign of nervousness is some dogs.
  • Excess shedding. Dogs shed fur, but too much is a sign of an upset pup.
  • Vocalizations. Crying, whimpering. Dogs do it too and they do it when upset.

Reasons for stress

  • New home. Acclimating to new surroundings can be a stressful time for a pet.
  • Punitive training. Harsh training can break a dog’s spirit and lead to negative behavior.
  • Separation Anxiety. Pets can get sad, depressed and even physically sick when they are separated from their owners.

Once again, these tips will help you indicate a nervous condition in your dog. And there are more reasons than the ones we pointed out that causes stress. If your dog’s behavior worsens, please consult a veterinarian.

Topics: shedding, stress, scratching, pets

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