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How to minimize separation anxiety

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  • #16
    I think the idea of two dogs helps a lot. When I had Penelope, everyday I would come home and the house would be tore up. Then when I got Mocha this stopped, Penelope also would not leave my side before I got Mocha. Now even though she is still co-dependent. She is quite more independent and not as sad at being left home alone. She now has a playmate, her and Mocha stick to each other like glue. It has a lot to do with their breed too. I know with my breed miniature pinscher/rat terrier mixes they are co-dependent by nature. So you can do things to help but if it's in their nature, it's in their nature.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by mooneymelani
      I think the idea of two dogs helps a lot. When I had Penelope, everyday I would come home and the house would be tore up. Then when I got Mocha this stopped, Penelope also would not leave my side before I got Mocha. Now even though she is still co-dependent. She is quite more independent and not as sad at being left home alone. She now has a playmate, her and Mocha stick to each other like glue. It has a lot to do with their breed too. I know with my breed miniature pinscher/rat terrier mixes they are co-dependent by nature. So you can do things to help but if it's in their nature, it's in their nature.
      i agree, I think its better to have "someone" more like them, that can be with them all of the time, when we can't. Just like we need to be around people that we get along with, you know. Thats how Maya and max are, always together. Breed does make a difference though, mine are extremely independent by nature, but that seems to be the way of the Husky. Maya is as independent as it gets, Max on the other hand isn't as independent , but then again, he is only almost 5 months old.

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      • #18
        Hi Amy,

        Separation Anxiety are just normal behavior of your dogs whenever you are not around and specially he is with some people that he does not see regularly. Yes, you may start letting your dogs stay in your parents house for a day or two every week and see how he responds or react to it. You will also need some help from technologies that can help you train your dog to behave properly like Remote Dog Training Collars. Ofcourse, we need to make sure that they are safe to use and effective in training your dog.

        Thank yu,
        The Dog Line - Experts in Dog Fences, Dog Bark Collars, Dog Training Collars

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        • #19
          I agree with the idea should have two dogs help a lots.

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          • #20
            The separation anxiety are most common to dogs who needs constant care from their owners. Training at the same time playing with them with schedule times will make the separation anxiety be lessen. Also, it will be more effective training with the use of training collars with hand held remote transmitter.
            Thank you.
            The Dog Line - Experts in Dog Fences, Dog Bark Collars, Dog Training Collars

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            • #21
              Two dogs is a good solution

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