Restlessness is a common sign of anxiety in dogs. They may have difficulty sitting still or settling down, constantly moving or pacing.
Dogs may bark excessively when anxious. This could be triggered by various factors, and understanding the cause is crucial in addressing their anxiety.
Anxiety can manifest as aggression. Your dog may become more reactive, growling, snapping, or even biting, especially in unfamiliar or stressful situations.
Anxious dogs may pant more than usual. If this behavior is not due to physical exertion or heat, it might be a sign of anxiety.
Anxiety can cause dogs to engage in destructive behavior like chewing furniture, scratching walls, or tearing up household items.
Anxious dogs may seek refuge by hiding in secluded spots like under furniture or in corners. They may avoid social interactions or new people.
Anxiety can lead to compulsive behaviors like excessive licking or chewing on themselves, which can result in skin irritations or wounds.