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Does your dog bark and whine constantly? Does it destroy your house, furniture or clothes?
Up to 35% of dogs suffer from separation anxiety - and your dog could be one of them!
If you’re tired of the constant struggle with your dog whenever you leave your home; if you’re sick of coming home to find that your dog has damaged your house; if you want to put a stop to your dog’s constant barking and whining, then book is for you.
You’ve probably tried everything. You love your dog, an adorable pet that has become a trusted member of your family. But there’s a serious problem: every time you leave your dog home alone, it goes into a destructive frenzy that is threatening your relationship with your pet. You’re at your wit’s end.
You know the symptoms: your dog whines or barks constantly. Your dog tears up furniture, chews through drywall, damages your possessions and goes after almost anything within reach. And it happens when you leave your dog at home - all alone.
Believe it or not, your dog may be suffering a clinical condition called dog separation anxiety. It’s the same separation anxiety that children go through when they leave home to start attending school, or when parents go off to work and leave the child with a baby sitter or at day care.
But while all a child does is cry from separation anxiety, dogs can go on a rampage that can cost hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in damage to your home. It’s not fair to the dog; it’s not fair to you - and it’ not a productive relationship with your pet!
You didn’t dream of having a dog one day - only to find that it’s become a nightmare, did you? Of course not! You wanted a pet - that adorable dog you fell in love with when you first saw them as a puppy. And now you want that dog back.
You can finally put an end to the damage and destruction. You can stop the constant whining and barking. And if you know what to do, it can be a simple process that builds a loving relationship with your dog.
Dog separation anxiety is a serious behavioral problem that can cause tremendous stress, not only for your dog, but for you as well! It can occur in dogs of all ages, and sadly, it is one of the main reasons that dog owners give up their beloved pets for adoption, or worse, have their pet euthanized.
According to DogPsycologyHelp.com, up to 35% of dogs suffer from separation anxiety. And sadly, this percentage is way too high and totally preventable.
Dogs with severe separation anxiety may urinate and defecate all over your home. These poor animals can even cause themselves great harm by jumping through plate glass windows to try and escape your house to find you! (This is true! Some dogs have actually died due to untreated separation anxiety).
Nobody really knows why it impacts some dogs and not others. It really doesn’t matter if your dog is in a one-pet home, or there are multiple pets.
But it may be more likely to happen if your dog has a history of abuse or has lived in multiple homes. It also may happen if your dog has missed out on normal social interaction with people and other animals - especially as puppies.
But the most important thing to remember is that it is not your fault if your dog is suffering from dog separation anxiety. The most important thing is to begin curing your dog as quickly as possible.
Nobody wants a dog to be suffering from separation anxiety. It isn’t your fault; it isn’t your dog’s fault. However, you do owe it to your pet - and yourself, to treat your dog's separation anxiety.
…The good news is that separation anxiety can be successfully treated, through behavior modification and medication and this book will show you how to do it today!