Separation Anxiety – A Deeper Look

Many dogs may exhibit signs of this disorder, but there are also many breeds where some of the behaviors are just common to that breed.  To ensure that what your dog has really is separation anxiety, one should take their dog to the vet to get a diagnosis and treatment plan.

There is an amazing post on a forum I sometimes visit, that maps out what it is, signs and symptoms and what you can to do help treat the behavior.  I suggest reading through the vast amount of material and links provided on that post.  It has helped me work with Sasha in many ways.  She may not have full blown separation anxiety, but she certainly comes close.

Hopefully this information will help someone out there whose dog may be suffering.


About furbabiesfurever

Just a furmom taking care of "less" adoptables-a dog and cat that are black, always adopting and not shopping. Love many activities,my oscar fish, animals, shopping, friends, family, life, my husband and of course my fur babies.

Posted on February 8, 2012, in Health, Tips and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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