Mild Separation Anxiety and Your Dog

Anxiety and Your Dog

Some dogs completely freak out when left alone. They may defecate in the house, tear up furniture, along with whining and crying and lots of anxiety. These dogs may need professional medical attention. However, you may have some success with dogs with mild separation anxiety. Make sure your dog gets plenty of exercises so he is appropriately fatigued and has the opportunity to work off any stress. When it is time for you to leave, just leave without fuss. If you make a big deal of your leaving or returning, your dog may act out. Leave your dog with some fun toys to play with while you are gone. Puzzle toys work especially well since your dog needs to work at them to find the hidden treat inside. Consider having a friend or family member stop by if you will be gone for long periods. Learn more from your animal hospital Livonia, MI.


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