It’s so important that you causing your dog’s stress.

Apparently we shouldn't hug our dogs as it causes them stress. Seemingly no one told my dog.
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In the gastric system several changes take place too. Since blood flows towards the muscles, there is less blood flow to the dog’s stomach. Reduced oxygen is delivered to this organ triggering lack of appetite and slowed down digestion. While there is decreased stomach emptying, increased intestinal motility and changes in the intestinal microflora balance may trigger diarrhea and abdominal pain. , an inflammation of the colon caused by stress, causes increased motility and rapid transit times which leads to diarrhea sometimes accompanied by blood and mucus in the stool. Sometimes stress may also “wake-up” medical conditions that cause digestive problems that may have otherwise remained “dormant”. Some dogs may have a flare-up of pancreatitis or a bout of coccidiosis or inflammatory bowel disease when they are stressed and their immune system defenses get low.
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When a dog reacts, whether he barks, bites or chases someone away it is because his brain can take no more . A trigger is anything that starts the stress reaction in the dog’s body and mind. Does Stress Cause Premature Graying in Dogs? | Psychology Today
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Photo provided by FlickrApr 3, 2016 - Blood in dog's stool may be caused by several factors and stress may be one of them
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Is your dog stressed at the vet, on walks, when she sees other dogs, when company comes? If so, you can help relieve her stress by learning how to recognize the signs and things that cause stress.At a first glance, dogs may seem to lead overall happy lives. They are fed food served in shiny bowls, have soft pillows to sleep on and they get to enjoy great perks such as bones to gnaw on and interactive toys to play with, so what kind of stress affects them? Many dogs suffer from stress and the causes of stress may vary from one dog to another. For instance, being boarding at a kennel, the presence of a new baby or a new pet in the home, moving to a new place, exposure to frightening noises or a sporting event can all be stressful happenings for dogs. On top of acute stress, dogs can also suffer from the consequences of chronic,and this may not only affect the digestive and immune system but also the whole body.Stress can cause health issues as well as behavioral issues that when go unnoticed can be the demise of the relationship between dogs and humans. Being able to read these signsUnfortunately, unlike us humans, dogs can’t rely on happy hour or retail therapy to cure their dog stress. That’s why it’s your job as a pet owner to recognize your dog is stressed, figure out what’s triggering it, and how to best treat the root cause.When you think of stress, you probably think of work pressure, financial strain, endless traffic and a myriad of other things. What likely doesn’t come to mind, however, is your dog and dog stress. But it should! While dogs and stress don’t seem like a common pair, believe it or not, dogs can suffer from stress just like you. Although the causes of stress in dogs are different from that of humans, stress of any kind can negatively impact health and well being no matter what the species.Once you’ve identified you have a stressed dog on your hands, the next step is figuring out what’s causing your dog to feel that way. While this may take some detective work on your part, know that there are several common causes of stress in dogs. From loud noises to traveling or staying alone, dogs can feel stressed for a number of different reasons. Some possible causes are: