Just like humans, our furry friends can suffer from anxiety. In fact, if you own a dog, you’ve probably had to deal with it in some capacity.
From time to time, dogs will suffer from anxiety. And although it’s a common condition in many breeds, excessive amounts are a cause for concern.
If left untreated, dog anxiety can lead to a host of behavioural issues, whether that’s with people or self-inflicted.
What are the most common signs your dog is suffering from anxiety, and what steps should you take? Take a look at our latest infographic by Reed Animal Hospital for more.