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Why is My Dog Pacing and Panting?

There are hundreds of possible reasons for dogs panting and pacing. Here, we’ll explore a few to give you an idea of how to sort out the possibilities, get to the heart of your dog pacing, and decide whether you need to do something about it.

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Dog Incontinence Part 1: What Causes Dog Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence in dogs can happen for reasons covering a range from relatively mild to severe‚ÄĒanatomical abnormalities, kidney disease, infections, and more. Urinary incontinence is a medical condition, not a learned behavior where you have a dog peeing in the house intentionally; therefore, it requires medical attention as soon as possible.

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Are You Dealing with a Hyperactive Dog? What are the Symptoms of Dog Hyperactivity?

What is a hyperactive dog? When they’re zooming across the house, do you wonder whether they have a behavior disorder or just high energy levels? This is an important distinction, as the latter is a matter of the dog’s natural temperament while the former is a clinical condition that needs a veterinarian’s help.
Let’s look at hyperactivity and what you can do about it.

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Dog Stress Part 2: Addressing Your Dog’s Stress Symptoms

Dog Stress Part 2: Addressing Your Dog’s Stress Symptoms

Some people believe that dogs have nothing to stress about. After all, if they’re living in a good home such as yours, what could they possibly worry about? However, dogs experience a wide range of emotions, just like we do. They learn from their environment, and sometimes their past environments have taught them to fear.

There are numerous dog stress signals and causes, which we covered in Part 1 of this dog stress series. Now, let’s look at ways to deal with it.

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