5 Signs of Dog Stress

Our dogs become stressed. Since every dog is different, the conditions and degrees of this might vary, but all dog parents should be aware of it. Like people, dogs display stress in different ways.

Fair enough, digestive issues are hard to diagnose. Dogs don't eat like humans, so digestive troubles might mean anything.

Aggression is always a problem, but if it seems directed toward a person or animal, it may be advisable to eliminate the source until a better solution is found.

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Ears, eyes, and tail posture are vital for evaluating your dog's mood and stress level.

A housetrained dog going pee inside is another indicator of stress. A few times is OK, but if it becomes a habit, it may be worth investigating.

Something may be wrong if your dog sleeps more or less. Stress disrupts dogs' sleep schedules like people. Sleeplessness or extreme lethargy may indicate a more serious illness, so take your dog to the clinic immediately.

Remember that these signals might not always indicate stress. No one knows your dog better than you, but if any of these occur, take him to the vet immediately.

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