There are some behaviors in dogs that can be considered pathological, that is, they do not respond to a canine mental health pattern. These behavioral disorders have often been caused by an experience that the dog has not known or could not integrate and which, above all, prevent our dog from living with quality of life. We are talking, for example, of dogs that bite their tails, that have phobias disproportionate to some things, that are addicted to some toy, that are suspicious with their food or bed, etc.
Often owners can be a great help to solve these problems, because, contrary to what many people think, are situations that can be redirected with the help of an expert who can determine the cause and seek a solution.
Better mental health in your dog is necessary and possible, and will greatly improve your quality of life.