The causes of OCD that strikes about 2 percent of the populace are not very well understood, which is why the disorders are left undiagnosed or untreated for years. People who suffer OCD usually manifest iterative behaviors or persistent thoughts that interfere their daily routine. Yet, with the latest printed research with dogs may be a shed of light towards understanding this psychiatric condition.
A conducted research shows the similarity of humans with Obsessive Compulsive disorder and dogs with Canine Compulsive Disorder. The study serves as a key towards understanding and treating OCD among men. It suggests that follow up studies of dogs’ anxiety disorder can help in finding new therapies and treatment and the same conditions in humans. The research discovered that the structural brain abnormalities of Doberman pinschers with CCD are the same to humans with OCD.
While people with OCD engage in iterative behaviors, dogs that have…
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