15 Signs Your Dachshund is Stressed Out (and What to Do About It)

It’s important to recognize when your Dachshund is stressed.

When your Dachshund is stressed, they may be more likely to run away, training sessions may not be effective, they may be scared, it can lead to submissively peeing, or they may become reactive and act aggressively towards dogs or people.

As humans, we typically only think of negative situations or experiences when talking about stress.

However, it’s important to remember that it is possible for your Dachshund to show stress signals during positive experience, like when they are over-joyed or over-excited.

But just the experience is relatively positive, doesn’t mean that being in an over-aroused and stressed state is good for your dog (that’s up to you to decide).

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