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7 Things Your Anxious Dog Wants You To Know Today

By Dina Fantegrossi - Source: http://barkpost.com

You dread leaving your house each morning because you know your dog will provide a soundtrack of heartbreaking yowls. Summer thunderstorms and the Fourth of July are your dog’s Vietnam. Boisterous family gatherings send your pooch running for his favorite hiding spot. You’ve got yourself an anxious canine. Your nervous Newfies and stressed out Shih Tzus want you to know the following seven things about canine anxiety – today!

Source: flickr

Source: flickr

1. Anxiety doesn’t just affect Chihuahuas and Poodles

In fact, German Shepherds, Boxers and Labradors are among the top breeds that suffer from anxiety related health and behavior problems. Anxiety can be an even greater concern in larger breeds because of their capacity to do more damage to themselves and to your home. Large breed dogs can be seriously hurt by chewing furniture or frantic scratching at doors and gates. Dogs have even broken through glass while in a state of panic. Another issue is that with a bigger dog comes a bigger bark. This can mean trouble with neighbors if you have a nervous barker at home.

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Source: flickr

2. Dogs with anxiety are at a higher risk for getting lost

More dogs go missing on the fourth of July each year than any other day. This is due to the most common fear stimulus – loud noises. Dogs have significantly keener hearing than we do. What seems like a brilliant display of patriotism to us can seem like terrifying chaos to them. Thunderstorms, fire alarms, loud music and large gatherings of people can also cause a dog to panic and run. If your dog suffers from anxiety, take every precaution to ensure they are safe and secure during a stressful event.

Read the rest at: http://barkpost.com

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