Dog Training

Separation Anxiety Determined

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It is important to treat separation anxiety.But before doing that you should be sure that your dog leads to this problem. Your vet would give you more advice on the diagnosis, but there are some signs that you can watch.

–           Ensure that your dog can not follow around you home while you’re at home. It’s a good idea to have your dog  not completely dependent on you.To be so, you would have to discourage such behavior.

–           See if your dog looks anxious as he is left alone in the garden. Does he come right back to the window and he starts to scratch and whine?

–           Watch the reaction of your dog as you get ready to go outside. He seems scared, sad or very excited if you want to leave?

–           Alternatively, you can watch what he has done while you’ve been. Does he need on the ground or left alone? You always come back when the door is pulled under the doormat and new scratches on the window? The neighbors complain that your dog starts to whine when you are away?

All these are possible signs that your dog may have separation anxiety and you would need to tell your veterinarian so he can make an accurate diagnosis.


How your dog is treated for anxiety depends on the severity of the problem. You can ask your vet to prescribe medication. In less severe cases of separation anxiety, there are steps you can take to reduce the problem, including:

–           Minimal attention to the fact that you leave the house or arrive. You can start by doing your coat put on by a doll in the house so your dog  does not link to that being left alone. You can even go outside a few minutes and then come back. If you do this regularly, your dog there would be less sensitive and he will be less frightened when he sees you move out.

–           Try to radio or TV to your dog so that it is not always silent, this may help as a distraction.

–           Have an easy blanket that smells like you behind, so your dog reassure your presence while actually you are away.

It is important to consult your veterinarian if you have any doubts about the severity of anxiety in your dog. A great fear may perhaps not be treated with these methods alone and it may be well that necessary medical treatment is provided.