Stress, Anxiety and Aggression in Dogs

Stress, Anxiety and Aggression in Dogs

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Stress, anxiety and aggression are processes that take place in the body in fairly similar ways, both in people and in dogs. To begin with, this book precisely describes what can trigger stress in dogs and the physiological processes in the body that are affected as a result. Stress can only be counteracted once you know what it does to the body and how the brain responds to it. The author then goes into detail about all possible stress factors in dogs and describes how these stressors can be avoided. Finally, possible treatment methods are described and practical information is given on avoiding and alleviating stress and the canine problem behaviour commonly associated with more

Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 170.18 x 238.76 x 12.7mm | 476.27g
  • CADMOS Publishing Limited
  • Richmond, United Kingdom
  • English
  • approx. 90 coloured images
  • 085788204X
  • 9780857882042
  • 211,813

About Anders Hallgren

Anders Hallgren, one of the world's first dog psychologists, has worked with dogs for more than 40 years and is particularly interested in problem behaviour. He is known for his gentle training methods that have been adopted by many dog trainers and owners all over the world. He has already written a variety of books about dog behaviour and training. Anders Hallgren lives and works in more

Table of contents

Stress - a wonderful mechanism; What you should know about stress; The physiology of stress; The brain - how it functions under stress; Stress factors in dogs; Treatment and more

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