Help for Separation Anxiety and related problems
A self-paced programme for you and your dog
Separation Anxiety and related behaviours (SRB) occur when a dog is left alone. In many cases, the behaviour is a result of panic and distress. Research suggests that eight out of 10 dogs struggle to cope when left alone.
Underlying health issues can cause or contribute to the development or worsening of Separation Anxiety and it is a good idea to visit your vet to rule these out. Working out why your dog finds being alone difficult to cope with can be difficult. This mini-course explains simple steps to prevent separation anxiety from occurring and provides a training plan to work through with your dog.
A self-paced training plan
Written training materials to keep
4 recorded sessions to guide you
Revisit the recorded sessions whenever you wish
Opportunity for a discounted individual session with an experienced behaviourist, either using Zoom or in person.
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