In dogs, obsessive compulsive disorders tend to appear when dogs reach social maturity, which generally happens when the dog is anywhere between 18 and 24 months of age. During this time, significant…

Adrienne Farricelli

In dogs, obsessive compulsive disorders tend to appear when dogs reach social maturity, which generally happens when the dog is anywhere between 18 and 24 months of age. During this time, significant neurochemistry changes takes place which can cause things to go topsy-turvy, explains veterinary behaviorist Dr. Karen Overall.

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