Four Steps to Relieving Separation Anxiety

With patience and proper training, your dog can learn to be okay in your absence.

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Owners dont see separation anxiety in action. After all, theyre not home when a dog panics over being alone. But they sure see its aftermath - the destruction of household objects, elimination in inappropriate places, escape attempts that lead to broken teeth and nails, and neighbors who complain about excessive barking in their absence.
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