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Dog obsessive compulsive disorder

My dog is a lab/sheppard who has a penchant for loud excitable screaming in the car when he is seemingly excited to go to the lake or park. Once there, he finds the biggest log he can and chews it, whittling it down to nothing while screaming at it. When he comes out of the water from chasing a stick or ball, he makes the same loop up and around the trees and won't drop the ball until that loop is complete. He is entirely focussed on the task at hand and won't pay attention to anyone while chewing the stick. If you try to take the stick away, he runs away and screams. It seems to be related to anxiety or over stimulation. I would guess that he gets so excited that the chewing calms him in some way. He rarely tires, loves swimming, wants to be with me always if I am home, but is ok on his own during the day.Wherever we go, he wants to come home and seems most comfortable there.
Any ideas?
 
  stillpoint on 2005-07-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
This sort of need to compleat a task and have everything in order -- ie internally considered order.
Is sometimes indicative of Ars Alb.

Check it out , the mentals.
 
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