Learn the Affects on Stress on the Body
Troublesome little Fido may even reach his or her ultimate stress point and snap and bite unexpectedly at others.
Stress causes humans and animals to do things they would not normally do. According to Amanda L. Chan of The Huffington Post, stress has some severe bodily effects. The following simplifies Chan’s findings 
- Stress has a direct impact on cancer development.
- Stress increases a risk of heart, brain, and potential chronic diseases.
- Stress prematurely ages the body.
- Stress provides an onset for depression.
- Stress lengthen colds.
- Stress can affect your offspring’s own behavior and development.
If stress can do all of these things, it can easily cause a human or a pet to react with a short fuse in certain situations. Household changes can contribute to stress, or it could be environmental stress from fighting or discontent within the home. If you are moving homes, your children or pets can feel stressed. Furthermore, if there is a substantial change to their daily routine, animals can become unruly; when they feel threatened, they can snap and create a bigger issue.
Protecting Your Children and Visitors from Dog Bites
Dog bites are serious. Whether it is due to taunting or simply an emotional response, dog bites can lead to a civil court case. Whenever a serious situation like this occurs, it is an emotional experience that can lead to a lot of blaming and finger pointing. If you have found yourself in a similar scenario, protect yourself and your pet by enlisting the help of a certified personal injury lawyer who possesses< years of experience in relation to dog bite cases.
About the Author
Based in Mesa, Arizona, Skousen Gulbrandsen and Patience PLC has over 50 years of experience serving community members who have been involved in dig bit incidents as well as other personal injury cases. We understand the heightened emotions that can occur, and our law firm knows that drastic repercussions can quickly unfold. We are here to represent you and your family members, so please contact our attorneys today for your free consultation!
Chan, Amanda L. “Stress Health Effects: 10 Scary Things It’s Doing To Your Body.” 2 April, 2013. The Huffington Post. Retrieved May 7, 2014 from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/04/stress-health-effects-cancer-immune-system_n_2599551.html#slide=2052915