With more research and a greater understanding of autism itself, a big number of telltale signs of autism in dogs, often almost like those shown in obsessive-compulsive disorder, are noted. While not all of those autism-like symptoms are going to be present in every dog, the presence of some in your dog may signify that it’s time to speak to your vet.
These are the foremost commonly seen symptoms when dogs have autism. Dogs are pack animals and intrinsically thrive on interactions with other dogs, animals, and other people . Dogs that avoid these interactions or seem to urge overly stressed in them, maybe autistic. Warning signs include lack of eye contact with you or other dogs, taking no interest in other animals or people, ignoring the advances of dogs or people to interact in playing.
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