RECENT STUDIES OF ANXIOUS/FEARFUL DOGS

RECENT STUDIES OF ANXIOUS/FEARFUL DOGS

The concept of fear is universal and is a strong adaptive trait that helps in the continuation of a species. Fear, as you may know, is not limited to the human experience. And a new study shines a light on the fear response of dogs when presented with auditory stimuli.”
That’s the lead to a recent story about THE FEAR RESPONSE IN DOGS, entitled ‘New Research Explains Why Your Dog May Be Fearful Or Anxious’.
Read more about it at:
http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/1112788198/dogs-fear-anxiety-sound-noise-phobia-022013/.
Image adapted from http://www.healthypetu.com. See also the book ‘A Guide to Living With & Training a Fearful Dog‘, available from http://www.fearfuldogs.com.

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