Depression in Dogs

AndreaHarris

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[FONT=&quot]Separation anxiety is very common and could also be addressed with a veterinarian. If some of the major changes are triggering anxiety and you've put your finger on the source of the problem - try working with your veterinary behaviorist or a trainer on techniques that decrease these triggers. You may find that some shorter-term techniques quickly change your dog's behavior. Also, consider natural remedies including flower essences and a calming essential oil diffuser. Your vet will help you rule out any health issues or physical problems.[/FONT]
 

Dog Force One

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Some raw, live sauerkraut every day. An estimated 90 percent of the body's serotonin is made in the digestive tract.

Works for bipeds, too.

Responding to depression should not be about "behaviorists and trainers". Dogs need proper food. Dogs need proper exercise. Dogs need to be treated well. Dogs need quality time with their family, and- if possible and appropriate- with other dogs. Problem solved.
 

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