Did you know that dogs, like humans, also experiences stress on a frequent basis? Unknown too many people, animals also suffer from distress, which they then show through many ways. Dogs, in particular, show several signs of stress, which can include shaking, whining, yawning or drooling, changes in body posture, and sudden loss of interest to interact with their owners.
During such situation, it is very important that dog owners know a trick to reduce the level of distress their loyal companion is suffering from. One of the ways to do this is to identify the reason why they are being anxious. Most of the time, this is because they are left alone for long hours or even days. Since dogs are social being, they require company and affection, which means that if they spend too much alone time, they might not only feel alone but scared as well.
Another reason why dogs suffer stress is when they are traveling in a car. While this stressor can be worked over through training, most dogs aren’t just up for road trips. This stressor also gets worse if there is a loud music playing in the car, as their hearing is extremely more sensitive than humans.