Every dog has lazy or bored days, and friends and family may be convinced that nothing more serious than that is at issue. But you can tell when your own best friend is showing signs of a deeper problem. Here’s what you should know about depression in dogs.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD, is known to affect humans. You may have noticed that Fido has also been looking despondent around this time, too. Can the lack of sunlight affect our dogs just as severely? Actually, there are several ways it could.
If you are close with your pooch, then it isn’t hard to figure if they’re feeling down. If you happen to find your dog’s mood change for the worse, here are five ways to cheer them up when they feel depressed.
When we think about our beloved dogs, we tend to think of their best versions, tongues out while running and playing in the backyard and having a great time. But sometimes things affect our dogs emotionally, which can lead to anxiety and depression. Here’s how to spot the signs of depression in your dog.
Nio Tavlos has suffered from severe chronic depression for years. A 67-year-old artist, his doctor-diagnosed disorder is sometimes so bad that he loses focus and can’t get out of bed.According to Tavlos, the only thing that can help get him through the most debilitating days is his four-legged lifeline: a 12-pound Poodle named Diego.Wanting to […]