11 Top Reasons Why Is My Dog Pacing Story


Top Reasons Why Is My Dog Pacing

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Have you ever asked yourself – why is my dog pacing? If so, you’ve come to the right place. This action can be baffling to pet owners, especially when there aren’t any obvious reasons why.

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Let’s examine the top reasons why dogs pace and go over the ways in which you can help your furry friend settle down if this action is caused by stress or anxiety.

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Your Dog Is Excited

Anyone who’s had a dog knows they can be full of energy, especially when they’re excited. Pacing can be a way for them to release some of their built-up energy. 


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They’re Hungry

You may notice them start to pace around their bowl when it’s getting close to mealtime. Or they may begin this walking motion as soon as they see their owner get their dog food ready.


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Reacting to a New Environment 

If you’ve just adopted a puppy or dog and are bringing them home, they need some time to familiarize themself with their new environment.

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They Are Showing Signs of Liver Disease 

In some cases, liver disease can cause your dog to pace. When your dog’s liver is not functioning the way it should and cannot filter toxins out of the body, the toxins can overrun the bloodstream.

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Your Dog Has Cushing’s Disease

Cushing’s Disease is a health condition that is the result of a dog’s adrenal glands overproducing the hormone cortisol.

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