Does your dog start acting strange when you’re getting ready to leave? Is your dog exhibiting destructive behaviors such as chewing or digging at your doors? Does he pace, bark or howl excessively? Or soil in the house? These problems often indicate that your dog needs to be taught to polite house manners. However, it can also be a sign of distress. Better known as separation anxiety. To learn more about anxiety please read the Fear and Anxiety post. Many factors can trigger separation anxiety such as: changing ownership, routine changes, moving and many others. The good news is this issue can be resolved.

Please contact me for further evaluation and to schedule your next session.

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  1. […] or biting at themselves. Separation anxiety is the most common type of anxiety. To learn more about separation anxiety please read our […]

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