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Separation Anxiety Specialty


Many pet parents find that their dogs are disruptive or destructive when left alone. Behaviors might include urinating, defecating, barking, howling, chewing, digging, or even trying to escape. These problems might suggest that a dog needs some work on house manners, but it can also indicate a deeper emotional issue. If a dog exhibits other distress behaviors like drooling and showing anxiety when pet parents prepare to leave the house, it is likely that the dog has separation anxiety. Dogs

depend on their relationship with their human guardians. Being separated can cause anxiety and distress. The behavior of dogs suffering from separation anxiety can sometimes escalate and in some cases can result in self-injury and household destruction, especially around exit points like windows and doors.


Using Julie Naismith's separation anxiety training methods, I am certified to guide you, step by step, with real life solutions to these real life problems.  Separation Anxiety training is done totally on line with me as a guide to the exercises needed to keep dogs under threshold. 

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