12 Reasons Your Dog Is Whining
October 13, 2016 2:38 PM
You may have no problem when it comes to your little puppy whining but you will likely do if the whining comes from your adult dog.
- Anxiety. In this case, you might need to do something as simple as letting the dog outdoor. It can be due to changes in environment such as a new home, a new pet or baby. Dogs who are in distress or are experiencing anxiety typically whine to alert their fellow pack members that something is wrong. Separation anxiety is a classic cause of whining.
- Needs something. Your dog may start whining if they�re looking for you to give them something.
- Security consciousness. Your dog wants to protect you from the new pizza guy or letter carrier
- Appeasement. Some dogs whine and take a submissive posture when interacting with other dogs and with people.
- Happiness. Yes, your furry is so happy to see you return home.
- Being uncomfortable. Usually as a result of injury or joint issues.
- Scared of something like thunder.
- Sickness. Take your dog to the vet when you notice certain abnormal symptoms.