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Separation distress

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Sagi Denenberg


Separation distress

We ask a lot from our dogs when we expect them to fit into our hectic modern lives. Most dogs adapt to their owners’ lifestyle with seeming ease. However, some dogs will not adjust to their routine and environment or develop difficulties to cope later in life. Some of these dogs may turn to destruction, house soiling, or vocalisation, while others may become inhibited and withdrawn as a way of releasing their feelings. Living with these dogs can be very stressful for owners. 

What is separation distress?

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Why do dogs get separation distress?

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What triggers separation distress?

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What are the signs of separation distress?

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How can I help my dog?

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Are there any medications that will stop my dog being anxious?

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