Common Stress Triggers in Dogs and How to Avoid Them

Some pets show strong signs of separation anxiety every time their human family members leave them alone, from a few minutes to a number of hours. This might manifest in crying, barking, excessive pacing and even destructive behaviour by attacking toys, cushions, duvets and toilet rolls, etc.

Fortunately there are several ways that will help you to reduce the stress levels in your dog(s) and ultimately reduce your own stress, which dogs will also pick-up on and react to.

Have a look at this article and video from Mercola Healthy Pets:

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