Tips To Minimize Your Dogs Separation Anxiety18 August 2022 +
Many dogs have gained separation anxiety after getting used to having their humans home with them more often over the past few years. Now that ...
Many dogs have gained separation anxiety after getting used to having their humans home with them more often over the past few years. Now that life is returning to a sense of normalcy and people are returning to the office, our dogs are left at home to deal with separation anxiety. They don’t understand why all of a sudden we aren’t at home every day with them. While you’re away, your four-legged friend may show signs of distress, such as barking, destructive chewing and even potty accidents or episodes of self-harm. These signs can all be due to separation anxiety.
Separation Anxiety In Dogs Can Be From Different Scenarios Such As:
Here Are Some Tips To Help Minimize Your Dogs Separation Anxiety:
What NOT To Do:
Don’t rush things when helping your dog minimize their separation anxiety. Only you can tell if your dog is ready to be left home alone for more extended periods. Make sure your pup gets lots of exercise daily. It’s important to challenge your dog’s mind and body. A tired, happy dog will be less stressed when you leave them home.
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