Seperation Anxiety Flags

behavior modification Mar 21, 2022
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Separation Anxiety in Dogs


Clingy dogs often just want you around because life is more fun with a partner in crime. Separation anxiety is not that. 


If your dog seems unusually panicked when you leave or exhibits signs of extreme distress like:


  • Destructive behaviors
  • Pacing 
  • Excessive whining or barking
  • Using the whole house like a toilet
  • Depressed mood
  • Aggression


…then it’s time to seek professional help. A veterinarian, pet behaviorist, or trainer who specializes in dogs with separation anxiety should be your go-to resource. 


If your dog has no chill (even if it’s low-level garden-variety annoying lack of chill) and it’s too much to handle on your own, schedule a free consultation to find out how we can help! Learning to manage life apart will make your time together that much sweeter.

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