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How To Know If Your Dog Feels Lonely

When you get home, and you see your pup jumping up and down, you become thrilled. However, you suddenly notice some gifts nearby, which change your mood. Automatically, you start yelling.

Stop! Your dog is just communicating loneliness.

Loneliness is a very frequent problem dogs have. Unfortunately, it affects mostly dogs that live in big cities. Your dog needs to adapt along with you to lengthy working hours. Your time and playtime with them become significantly low. You are not allowed to take them with you. Your dog has no choice but to stay alone.

Loneliness, a behavioral problem.

While we may hear owners say their dogs have become used to being on their own, it is not easy to achieve that. The dog is a social animal.

Your dog needs contact with their peers and since your dog is with you, you and your family are their contact the only contact. This is why they need to play and bond with you and you are able to create a wonderful relationship.

The truth is that loneliness in dogs causes serious behavioral problems. Such problems may make living with them more difficult mainly when you have let the problem grow bigger without addressing it.

Dogs are different and diverse and therefore they do not accept loneliness in the same way. Some are more resistant than others. It depends on their age and sex as well. Some find it harder to be alone than others and cannot be without a company.

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Lets not make it worse

According to some dog psychologists, the inability to deal with frustration is what psychologically explains why certain dogs develop unusual or abnormal behavior. Some dogs urinate; others bark and even howl. Others destroy what there is around them.

You are in charge of avoiding any traumatic experience. From the first day, you should ensure your dog grows in a healthy environment and develops a satisfactory relationship with you. Walks, games, motivation and contact will all contribute to a happy dog. If you need the voice of an expert, please remember you can always contact your vet. They will help you in the adventure of having the happiest dog in the world.



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