WoofPost.com Publishes Information On Loneliness In Only Dogs

Beverly Hills, CA - Almost every dog owner without exception wants the best for their dog. And that includes wondering if their single dog is lonely and if so, if they should they get another dog to keep him company.

WoofPost.Com - Do Dogs Get Lonely Being the ONLY Dog?

The short answer is yes, dogs can get lonely. They are by nature pack animals and function best with humans or other dogs around them. Sometimes circumstances prevent owners from being with their dogs as much as they would like, such as having to be away for work for hours at a time.

And even with working from home, owners may not be able to spend as much time with their dogs as they would like.

Signs that a dog could be lonely are:

One – the sudden appearance of destructive behavior like chewing the furniture or tearing up things.

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