March 23, 2016
Depression and Anxiety in Dogs

Humans tend to think of our canine friends as the happiest of all creatures. With all the tail wagging, face licking, and cuddling going in, is it even possible that dog depression and anxiety actually exist? The short answer: yes. However, there are certain signs to look out for. Like human beings, dogs sometimes feel […]

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