Depression in Dogs: Learn The Symptoms And What You Can Do To Help

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Did you know that dogs can also get depressed? Here are 10 symptoms to detect depression in dogs.

If you see any of these signs in your dog you should take it to the vet, to make sure that your furry friend is happy and in top condition.

10. Lessened Appetite

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Depressed dogs tend to eat less, leaving them less likely to enjoy anything in life.

Sometimes dogs just stop eating their food but if you can’t get your dog to eat, even when you offer their favorite treat, it is likely time to head to the vet. It’s always a good idea to keep an eye on how much your dog consumes and to notice any shifts in appetite that can’t be explained.

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