4 Ways to Stop Accidentally Scaring Your Dog

4 Ways to Stop Accidentally Scaring Your Dog
    Ways to Stop Accidentally Scaring Your Dog

    There are many things universally acknowledged to frighten dogs— vacuum cleaners, thunderstorms, a world without tennis balls. But did you know that you could be causing stress, fear, and anxiety in your dog unintentionally?

    Even if your dog isn’t having a full-on panic attack, the layers of stress that build up over time can cause not only behavioral problems but health problems too.

    Take a look at the four biggest ways you could be contributing to your dog’s stress level. By eliminating these behaviors, you could be adding years to your dog’s life, not to mention developing an even deeper bond.

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