5 Signs That Your Dog Is Stressed


 If your dog is stressed, you may notice increased panting and excessive drooling, even in situations that wouldn't normally trigger such a response.

Excessive panting and drooling


Stress can affect a dog's appetite, leading to increased or decreased food consumption. Some dogs may experience digestive issues like diarrhea or constipation during stressful periods.

Changes in appetite


Dogs may become restless and exhibit repetitive behaviors like pacing, circling, or constantly shifting positions when they are stressed.

Restlessness and pacing


Stress can cause dogs to become more reactive and exhibit aggressive behaviors, such as growling, snapping, or barking excessively, especially in situations that they find stressful.



Some dogs may seek isolation or try to hide when they are stressed. They may avoid social interactions, retreat to secluded areas, or exhibit signs of fear or avoidance.


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