He’s Not Doing It Out Of Spite

What seems like getting back at you is most likely 
a reflection of your dog’s anxiety.

You’ve been gone all day, and your dog trashes the house — or defecates on the rug when you know he can hold it in for the number of hours you were away. He’s doing it to let you know he’s displeased that you left him alone, right? Wrong. “People tell me all the time […]
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