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Post-traumatic behavioral disorder in dogs (2)

Post-traumatic in dogs

Generally, traumas lead to negative behaviors in dogs. Just like in humans, traumas affect the subconscious in dogs, and this effect manifests itself in the form of nightmares, sudden associations, and negative associations. Unlike you, your dog cannot understand the cause of this condition and decide to seek treatment. Helping him is the responsibility of the owner.

How do I know if my dog ​​has post-traumatic behavior disorder?

Changes in your dog’s behavior will show you that he is experiencing stress after the trauma. These changes are; There may be major character transformations such as aggression or cowardice, or it may be in the form of minor behavioral differences.

1. Vomiting

2. Constantly running around in a hurry and trouble sleeping…

3. Aggression to surrounding sounds and events…

4. Shy and timid behavior in going to unfamiliar places, sometimes to fixed places that he knows…

5. Separation anxiety that comes on suddenly…

6. Developing aggression towards people…

7. Hesitant to use the toilet…

8. Vomiting…

9. Don’t pee when you meet people…

10. Attempting to hide…

11. Weather independent tremor…

In addition to the behaviors it shows, the sudden change in body language that begins to appear in your dog will also tell you that your dog is under stress. Knowing some of the major bodily movements dogs make under stress will give you a better chance of understanding your dog.

1. Tilting the ears back…

2. Don’t keep your tail down or even get it caught between your legs…

3. Fast and short breaths…

4. The effort to keep the body close to the ground, sometimes even crawling…

Your dog’s post-traumatic stress can sometimes turn into a temporary, but often permanent, character disorder. It is necessary to overcome this situation in the healthiest way with the right behaviors at an early time. Next week, we will evaluate the correct behavior of the owners in this situation.



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This article discusses the post-traumatic behavior disorder that dogs can experience after a traumatic event. The article highlights the importance of pet owners being aware of changes in their dog’s behavior and seeking treatment to help their pet overcome this disorder. The article also provides some examples of common behaviors exhibited by dogs with post-traumatic stress, such as aggression or cowardice, and offers tips on how to identify these behaviors. Additionally, the article provides information on the physical manifestations of stress in dogs, such as ear tilting and rapid breathing. Finally, the article emphasizes the importance of pet owners taking the right actions to help their dog overcome post-traumatic stress in a timely and healthy manner.

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