Animals under stress may develop compulsive behaviors, experts say

04/7/2011 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Pets, like their human owners, are at risk of developing compulsive behaviors, which may include excessive flank-sucking and snapping in dogs or wool-sucking in cats, experts say. Post-traumatic stress disorder is another human psychological condition that also affects pets, particularly those that come from puppy mills or those involved in military service.

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