Are you a homeowner who has ever gone out of your home and left behind your dog’s barking and whining? Have you ever returned to find furniture or other household items damaged or shredded at your home? Even though your dog is potty-trained, did they have an accident?
Are you able to keep your dog safe if you’re nearby but trouble starts when you go away?
Dogs that show signs of anxiety, fear, panic, or discomfort when you leave them are most likely suffering from separation anxiety.
Around 50% of dogs have separation anxiety. This is a very common problem. However, you can help your dog feel better when you’re not there.
Helping Your Dog Deal With Separation Stress
These tips can help you to overcome separation anxiety and stress in your dog.
Keep Your Dog Happy
Give your pet something to do when you’re not there. You could give your pet a new toy or a puzzle to solve, or even a chew stick.
Leave the Television On
Dogs love to listen to and watch animal-friendly TV programming. You have the option of choosing a show you want to turn off or one that only features animals. This can … Read More