When your dog is uncomfortable, nervous, or scared, will you feel heartbroken or helpless. Can you properly relieve stress and anxiety of your dog?
Being able to recognize when your dog is fearful and anxious, and identifying the cause, is the key to determining how to calm a nervous dog. So in this blog we will share that how to identify stress and anxiety in dogs.
The common behaviors of stress and anxiety in dogs:
- Spontaneously eliminating in the house (peeing or pooping)
- Trying to hide or escape
- Whining or whimpering
- Avoiding eye contact
- þ Showing displacement behaviors like yawning, lip licking, air sniffing, or“shaking it off” like a wet dog.
While many of these behaviors can be considered “normal”, they can be reason for concern if they are taken to the extreme or start to occur routinely. SO As owners that dogs can trust and rely on, we hope that you can keep an eye out to the abnormal behavior of dogs.
Or use this bed to better reduce your dog's anxiety: