Does My Dog Have Anxiety?
Does my dog have anxiety? He's a little bit crazy, but I love him...
My Great Dane had not been fed properly before I got him, but other than that seemed well adjusted.
It wasn't till I tried to take him places that he had a terrible phobia of vehicles. After 2 years I finally could take him for rides after a lot of working on the fun to go bye-bye thing, but he still doesn't like to be left alone in the car for very long.
He also chews on one of his lower legs. And other odd behaviors he exhibits are acting like his tongue doesn't fit in his mouth or like there's a hair in his mouth does this one a lot
, and stands on the bed and kinda stands not necessarily rubs under some clothes that hang there.
He also doesn't like you to lay your legs across him when sleeping like all the other dogs like, but I can understand that one a little.
If this is anxious behavior what can I use for it? Or does he just need a good doggy psychologist? He does live with other dogs which he gets along with and does these things whether I'm there or not.
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