Did you know? During times of stress, the dog's body is bombarded with the release of stress hormones into the bloodstream. These hormones and all their associated physiological changes are there for a good reason: to increase the dog's chances for survival. The dog's heart rate and breathing increase, his senses are amplified, the ears are ready to capture the slightest sounds and the pupils dilate so Rover can see with more clarity.

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