Dog Separation Anxiety

Review: Separation Anxiety turns around

Dingo was adopted at a shelter and brought into Jennifer’s home. It was very clear from the beginning that Dingo suffered from severe separation anxiety

Dingo ate through his crate, he chewed thru doors and walls. It was very stressful for both Dingo and his owner.

The way we approached the dog’s separation anxiety was by adding structure and routine to Dingo’s life.

Jennifer was amazed at the power of having your dog earn what he wants by giving you simple basic obedience commands such as sit and down.

It took some work and some time but Dingo has improved greatly with his separation anxiety and he is now a much happier and less stressed dog.

Separation anxiety is a process, but it can be addressed with dog training

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