Stay Alert: The Reasons Your Beloved Dog May Be Stressed Out

Posted by Grace Evans

When you get a dog, you don’t just get a pet, you get a life companion. Dogs help us out in many ways. Along with providing comfort, and improving our moods, they improve our well being by reducing the risks of cardiovascular issues, protect us from allergies, and skin conditions, protect us from potential attackers, increase our social interactions, motivate us to stick to a healthy routine (e.g. walking, running), including reduce our stress levels.

Animal Relocation

It’s no wonder dogs have long been known as humans’ best friends. Though we love and care for our canine friends, question is, do we return the favour and help them out? Sometimes not knowingly, instead of helping them, we stress them out. Let’s take relocation as an example. If you don’t want to spread your anxiety to your beloved dog when moving out, it’s important to get the professional help, relying on animal relocation services.

Dogs can sense when owners are stressed, and many owners forget about this. Why complicate the moving process further when you can save up time and energy for the rest of the organising, letting experienced professionals take care of the whole animal relocation.

They can’t just tailor an itinerary specifically according to your needs, they can also provide you with door to door delivery, or airport to airport, depending whether it’s travelling by road or air, as well as additionally assisting with vet checkups, boarding, customs clearance, and quarantine to name a few. Knowing your dog is in safe hands would surely be a thing less on your list of worries.

Other stressing examples can be as simple as not letting your dog be a dog. What can I possibly mean by this? Well, your dog is going to get excited, and playful anytime, anywhere, even in your home which is sure to result in breakages, and damages of some of your items. Same as kids, dogs don’t like to be punished for being dogs, so instead of being harsh on them, and punish them without teaching them first, take the time to train them consistently, and properly, and be patient.

And then, the lack of exercise, and play. With the busy lifestyles today, it’s easy to get in the mood to put off certain things of your daily schedule, but if you want a happy, and healthy dog, that wouldn’t be bored, or stressed out, and nurture the relationship you two have, you can’t put off your dog’s walks, runs, or playing fetch.

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