Separation anxiety can be a nightmare!
It is so hard to get a resolution without resorting to medications.
And you don’t want to resort to that, so …
You never leave the house, because if you did there is no telling the amount of damage you might return to:
- doors and frames ripped to shreds
- fluff all over your house, pillows and dog beds gone
- curtains torn apart, not even hanging anymore
- carpets torn apart and maybe even eaten
- vet visits for intestinal blockages or injuries
- urine and feces in a pile in the middle of your carpet (it was a carpet)
- your dog heavily panting and drooling, but very happy you’re home
You also can’t leave the room your dog is in. Privacy in the bathroom is NOT something you can have, or can you?
The 3 Keys I share with you are just a few small parts of a bigger puzzle that has an 80% effective rate.
I know you have spent time in separation anxiety groups and have hired traditional trainers to come out and help you calm your dogs separation anxiety.
I know it has always been an up hill struggle and they have all told you it might never be resolved.
But maybe it can.