Keeping your pet dog calm is no easy task. While there can be noticeable differences between humans and our canine companions. Dogs can also exhibit the same social behavior and emotions, take for example worrying. As humans, we can understand how frustrating it is to experience such thing as anxiousness. We cope up with it and move on to our everyday lives. However, dogs have their own way of response and sometimes these responses can bring negative effects to their overall well-being.
For instance, leaving your dogs to their current state may result in disproportionate levels of worry which triggers high blood pressure, leading to weakened arteries and even blindness. Moreover, uneasiness can weaken their immune system, increasing their vulnerability against harmful illnesses.