While humans often express affection by hugging, dogs may interpret this as a form of restraint and may not enjoy it.
Dogs have sensitive hearing, and loud noises or yelling can be distressing to them. Yelling or shouting can be perceived as aggression by your dog and may cause fear or anxiety.
Inconsistent or harsh training techniques can be confusing and distressing for dogs. Positive reinforcement and reward-based training tend to be more effective and less stressful for dogs.
Dogs communicate through body language, and they may display signs of discomfort or anxiety when they feel threatened or stressed.
Dogs thrive on routine and predictability. Frequent changes in their daily schedule or living environment can be stressful for them.