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July 29, 2020
As the world returns to normal and we all begin to venture back to our offices and workplaces, your dog may go through a bit of separation anxiety when you're suddenly gone all day. Dog Trainer and Behaviorist Laura Ward offers some tips that you can implement today while you're still working from home to help make the transition easier on your pup when the time comes.
During this time of isolation, you may feel that you cannot work on separation issues with your dog. However, it is possible to encourage independence. This is particularly important for new puppy owners or dogs who may appear particularly at risk to developing separation issues.
Small things can make a big difference, and ensure it is not such a shock to our dogs when life 'returns to normal'.
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January 18, 2021