Do you have a moody or overly aggressive dog? Will they always be this way?
Dogs, like other living things, are often subjected to different environmental stresses, including separation anxiety and general dog anxiety. In most cases, the best thing to do is to remove the main cause of the stress by making sure your dog is getting all the attention, love ,and kisses he/she needs. In other cases, it may not be possible to figure out what exactly is stressing the dog.
The answer lies in the power of L-Tryptophan.
L- Tryptophan is an amino acid that works in the brain to support stress response and acts as a mood booster.
How is that?
L-Tryptophan is a precursor for serotonin which plays a vital role in supporting your dog’s wellbeing by regulating stress and anxiety in the brain.
It is important to know that L-tryptophan is an essential amino acid, which means it is not made in the body but must be consumed through proper nutrition and eating habits. Your dog's diet may be low in this amino acid, causing an L-Tryptophan deficiency.
In this case, providing your pup with a dog calming supplement with L-tryptophan could help to overcome this deficiency by maintaining your dog’s serotonin levels, restoring mood, and overcoming his or her aggression. To do this, you may add L-tryptophan to your dog’s diet, contributing to his/her overall health and nutrition.
Learn more about how to keep your dog calm.