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Ongoing stress affects your pet's physical health and reduces life expectancy*

- Marx, A., Lenkei, R., Fraga, P.P., Wallis, L., Kubinyi, E. and Faragó, T., 2021. Age-dependent changes in dogs’(Canis familiaris) separation-related behaviours in a longitudinal study. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 242, p.105422.

- Blackwell, E.J., Twells, C., Seawright, A. and Casey, R.A., 2008. The relationship between training methods and the occurrence of behavior problems, as reported by owners, in a population of domestic dogs. Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 3(5), pp.207-217.

Behaviour problems are more likely to get worse, not better with time or the wrong advice*

- Dreschel, N. A. The effects of fear and anxiety on health and lifespan in pet dogs. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 125, 157–162 (2010).

Pain and other medical issues often contribute to your pet's behaviours*

- Mills, D.S., Demontigny-Bédard, I., Gruen, M., Klinck, M.P., McPeake, K.J., Barcelos, A.M., Hewison, L., Van Haevermaet, H., Denenberg, S., Hauser, H. and Koch, C., 2020. Pain and problem behavior in cats and dogs. Animals, 10(2), p.318.

Up to 85% of dog owners report problems with their dog's behaviour*

- Dinwoodie, I. R., Dwyer, B., Zottola, V., Gleason, D. & Dodman, N. H. Demographics and comorbidity of behavior problems in dogs. J. Vet. Behav. 32, 62–71 (2019).

Up to 61% of cat owners report problem behaviours*

- Strickler, B.L. and Shull, E.A., 2014. An owner survey of toys, activities, and behavior problems in indoor cats. Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 9(5), pp.207-214.

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