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Saturday, 7 September 2013

Separation anxiety and your dog-Dog treatments

 Separation anxiety and your dog
If your dog remains alone with separation anxiety they despair and behavior problems exhibit. The most common behaviors include:
Digging and scratching at doors or Windows in the attempt, with OwnersDestructive ChewingHowling, barking, and WhiningUrination and bowel movements to unite (even if otherwise House trained dogs)

What are the causes of separation anxiety
Separation anxiety is caused by different things:

The following are some common triggers that can lead to separation anxiety in your dog.
A dog that is used to human contact with everything, the time, and you leave them for the first time.
A dog suffering from a traumatic event in their lives like in a kennel and getting abused.
A change in their routine or the loss of a family member or other pets.
There are steps you can take to treat minor separation anxiety:

Make no big deal, when you get home let recognise your dog for a few moments and she calmly stroking him or her of them.Leave your dog, with an old shoe or shoes that have your smell, even a T-Shirt would work.Leave a word or a keyword for your dog, saying, you want to be back.

Separation anxiety is too high for your dog try to numb one to keep them quiet about the counter. Anxietrex is an OTC homeopathic pet medicine that can be used with other medications. 
Discover the natural relief medicine for dog anxiety symptoms, which relieve your dog's is separation anxiety symptoms such as fear, anxiety, nervousness, and mood swings, sure to start. 
These counter nature medicine over the helps support calm and balanced energy levels. 

This drug is safe for your dog and has negative side-effects for other over-the-counter medications. 
This drug is also safe with other medications.
What's to do in the meantime
It may take for your dog to his panic to unlearn in response to your departure. 
So to you and your dog in a short time to be able to deal with you should following workarounds:
If you need to be removed, take your dog to a Doggie Day care or kennel.

If you are driving, leave your dog with a friend, family member or neighbor.
Take your dog to work with you if possible.

The following things that do not work are criminal, another dog for companionship, crating your dog, leave the TV or radio on, just so that noise in the House and obedience training getting it.

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  22. Good post, I find separation anxiety to be common in people who only have 1 dog. Ive always had more than 1 at a time, but if you only have 1 dog consider getting a second one. Also make sure to consistently socialize your dog so it doesn't feel so lonely when you leave.

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  25. Creating a positive association with you leaving is so key. Most dogs only have negative associations with your routine before you leave.

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