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Why Does My Pomsky Yawn So Much?

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Do you ever wonder why your pomsky yawns so much? Good news! It’s normal for them to do so, just like it is for us humans. There are many reasons why your pomsky might yawn, such as when they’re tired or stressed. If you see your pomsky yawning and it doesn’t seem to be due to fatigue, it’s important to identify the cause of their yawning, because they may be anxious or stressed. In this article, we’ll discuss the reasons why pomskies yawn so often and what you can do to help make them feel more comfortable!

The reasons why pomskies yawn

The science behind why your pomsky might be yawning is much more complex than it may seem on the surface. Some of the reasons include being tired, stressed, or anxious. When your pomsky yawns and it doesn’t seem to be due to fatigue, it’s important to consider whether or not they may be feeling overwhelmed. Significant research into the psychological effects of yawning in dogs revealed that dogs might repeatedly yawn in stressful sitatations as a mechanism to calm down. Pomskies can also yawn when they see someone else doing so. It’s a way for them to communicate and connect with others. Yawning is also common when transitioning between states in mental state such as: waking up, laying down to sleep, going from being alert to being bored, etc.

They’re Stressed

It’s not uncommon for pomskies to be stressed. They’re bred from two high-energy breeds and they often have a lot of energy. When they don’t have an outlet for that energy, it can lead to them being anxious and stressed. One way you might be able to tell if your pomsky is feeling overwhelmed is by their excessive yawning. If they’re constantly yawning and it’s not due to fatigue, there’s a good chance they’re feeling stressed. Common signs of stress in dogs to look out for are: excessive lip licking, folding their ears back, and folding their tail down and between their legs.

Yawns are contagious

When you see someone yawn, it’s common to start yawning yourself. It’s the same for dogs! Pomskies can start yawning when they see another dog or human doing so. This is a way for them to connect with others and show that they’re comfortable around them. It can also be a sign of trust.

They’re just tired!

Even though pomskies can yawn for a number of reasons, the most common one is simply just being tired. Just like us, they need plenty of rest to be able to function at their best. If your pomsky is yawning excessively and it doesn’t seem to be due to any other factors, it’s likely that they’re just tired and you have nothing to worry about!

How to reduce excessive yawning

If you’ve determined that your pomsky is yawning because they’re stressed, there are a few things you can do to help reduce their anxiety. One of the best ways to help them relax is by providing them with plenty of exercise and playtime. In addition to giving them more playtime, make sure they have a calm and quiet place to rest when they’re not active. If all else fails, consult with your veterinarian about possible anxiety medications for dogs.

Wrapping It Up

When a pomsky yawns excessively, it’s important to be aware of what they might be trying to tell you. Are they stressed? Tired? Anxious? There are things you can do to help them feel more comfortable and have a better quality of life! Be sure to provide plenty of exercise for them, give them lots of love, and make their environment stimulating so that they don’t get bored too easily. They’ll appreciate these small changes in their routine from time to time because having a change is often just what we need when feeling tired or anxious–even if it’s something as simple as going outside for a walk with our favorite pup!

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