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Dogs Also Experience Anxiety and Emotional Stress

According to Psychology Today (2017) most dogs live in environments which are difficult to remove stress and anxiety. Companion dogs also have high rates of stress, which is largely in part because they are attempting to adapt to the high stress of human life. Such life includes secondary needs. Read this article to know how Fido undertakes stress:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/animal-emotions/201704/dogs-want-and-need-much-more-they-usually-get-us?utm_source=FacebookPost&utm_medium=FBPost&utm_campaign=FBPost

Efficacy of Biosound Therapy System

Outcome ResearchEfficacy of the Biosound Therapy SystemBy: Richard D. Froilán-Dávila PhD & William B. Secor PhDAbstractThe research examined the Biosound Therapy System, which was designed

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