The One Risk Factor for Canine Compulsive Behavior You Can 
Do Something About

Tamping down on the chance that your dog will engage endlessly in a damaging repetitive behavior.

Chasing his own tail to the point of sheer exhaustion, licking his ankles and feet until he strips off his skin, continuously snapping at imaginary flies, biting his own flank nonstop…these are among the compulsive behaviors that end up afflicting dogs. Such behaviors, equivalent to obsessive compulsive disorder in people, make the animals miserable, unable […]
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