Canine anxiety conditions – are nutraceutical diets likely to help?

Claire Hargrave
December 2016

The wellbeing of dogs can be affected by a number of things including changes in human lifestyle, eating habits and increased stressors. Together these can lead to behavioural disorders such as fear, hyperactivity and anxiety. In the first study of its kind researchers in Italy looked at the effects of nutraceuticals in dogs with behavioural disorders comparing neuroendocrine blood parameters at the beginning and at the end of the study. A control group were fed a control diet. Claire Hargrave discusses the results of this interesting study.

Canine anxiety conditions – are nutraceutical diets likely to help?
Canine anxiety conditions – are nutraceutical diets likely to help?

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