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September 24, 2013
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Dogs can get depressed just like people can. Sometimes, it's even for very similar reasons -- changes to routine like moving or bringing home a new family member, a death in the family, or less time for play with their pet parents. There are plenty of ways to address depression in your dog, including getting them established in a dependable routine and providing plenty of love. But when it's time to seek medical options, these medications are specially deigned to fight the doggie blues.
Depression in dogs can lead to anxiety-induced behaviors like being destructive, and even hurting themselves. Here are options for giving your pet relief.
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