Curing Dog Separation Anxiety

Curing Dog Separation Anxiety
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Curing Dog Separation Anxiety

"Does Your Dog Bark And Whine Constantly?

Does It Destroy Your House, Furniture Or Clothes?"

Up To 35% Of Dogs Suffer From Separation Anxiety - And Your Dog Could Be One Of Them!

If you’re tired of the constant struggle with your dog whenever you leave your home; if you’re sick of coming home to find that your dog has damaged your house; if you want to put a stop to your dog’s constant barking and whining, then this is the most important website you will ever visit.

If you are like I was in this situation, then you’ve probably tried everything. You love your dog, an adorable pet that has become a trusted member of your family. But there’s a serious problem: every time you leave your dog home alone, it goes into a destructive frenzy that is threatening your relationship with your pet. You’re at your wit’s end.

I'm sure you know the symptoms: your dog whines or barks constantly. Your dog tears up furniture, chews through drywall, damages your possessions and goes after almost anything within reach. And it happens when you leave your dog at home – all alone.

You’re At Your Wit’s End – But Don’t Give Up Yet!

Believe it or not, your dog may be suffering a clinical condition called dog separation anxiety. It’s the same separation anxiety that children go through when they leave home to start attending school, or when parents go off to work and leave the child with a baby sitter or at day care.

But while all a child does is the cry from separation anxiety, dogs can go on a rampage that can cost hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in damage to your home. It’s not fair to the dog; it’s not fair to you – and it’ not a productive relationship with your pet!

You didn’t dream of having a dog one day – only to find that it’s become a nightmare, did you? Of course not! You wanted a pet – that adorable dog you fell in love with when you first saw them as a puppy. And now you want that dog back.

Well, I am here to tell you that you can reclaim your pet. You can finally put an end to the damage and destruction. You can stop the constant whining and barking. And if you know what to do, it can be a simple process that builds a loving relationship with your dog!

Ok, So What Is Dog Separation Anxiety?

Dog separation anxiety is a serious behavioral problem that can cause tremendous stress, not only for your dog but for you as well! It can occur in dogs of all ages, and sadly, it is one of the main reasons that dog owners give up their beloved pets for adoption, or worse, have their pet euthanized.

According to DogPsycologyHelp.com, up to 35% of dogs suffer from separation anxiety. And sadly, this percentage is way too high and totally preventable.

Before you can determine if YOUR dog has dog separation anxiety, let’s look at some of the symptoms:

Does your dog whine or bark incessantly?

Does your dog pace, chew furniture, destroy window coverings, rip up carpeting, eat through drywall, mutilate plants or scratch at windows and doors?

Does your dog injure itself through its destructive behavior?

Does your dog jump on you and your guests? This often leads to ruined and dirty clothes and can even result in the scratched skin.

Does your dog get jealous and growl or attack people near you... this can include small children... who love to pet "any" dog?

Dogs with severe separation anxiety may urinate and defecate all over your home. These poor animals can even cause themselves great harm by jumping through plate glass windows to try and escape your house to find you! (This is true! Some dogs have actually died due to untreated separation anxiety).

Does your pet have any of the above symptoms? If so please keep reading...
Come on - be honest. If you answered, “yes” to any of these questions, and it happens especially when you leave your dog alone, your dog may be suffering from dog separation anxiety.

Why Do Some Dogs Develop Separation Anxiety While Others Don’t?
Nobody really knows why it impacts some dogs and not others. It really doesn’t matter if your dog is in a one-pet home, or there are multiple pets.

But it may be more likely to happen if your dog has a history of abuse or has lived in multiple homes. It also may happen if your dog has missed out on normal social interaction with people and other animals – especially as puppies.

But the most important thing to remember is that it is not your fault if your dog is suffering from dog separation anxiety. The most important thing is to begin curing your dog as quickly as possible.

Nobody wants a dog to be suffering from separation anxiety. It isn’t your fault; it isn’t your dog’s fault. However, you do owe it to your pet – and yourself, to treat your dog 's separation anxiety. And it is completely treatable if you know the simple steps to make this possible!

Curing Dog Separation Anxiety is the culmination of my work. Using this course is like having me in your home, looking over your shoulder and telling you what to do to help your dog become a happy, healthy member of your family.

In Curing Dog Separation Anxiety, you’ll gain insight into dog separation anxiety, and learn important information that can help you deal with the problem, including:

The main factors that may have contributed to your dog’s separation anxiety

Which dogs may be at high risk to suffer from separation anxiety

Why a dog’s destructive behavior is NOT an attempt to get “revenge” on their owner for leaving them alone

The key symptoms to look for to help diagnose dog separation anxiety

Which breeds are more prone to suffer from separation anxiety - something you really must know if you’re looking for a new dog

What behaviors to watch for from your dog when you return home

Knowing these important factors will help you not only confirm whether or not your dog is suffering from separation anxiety, but which dogs you might want to consider avoiding if you’re currently looking for a new pet!

You’ll learn risk-lowering secrets like:

  • When to vaccinate your dog
  • The number one protective factor to have in your home
  • What helps lower stress and improve obedience scores
  • How to use pheromones to lower anxiety risk

But there’s so much more packed inside the almost 90 full pages of Curing Dog Separation Anxiety. You’ll have information at your fingertips to help you diagnose whether or not your dog has separation anxiety, including a comprehensive list of clinical symptoms.

To help you understand how veterinarians diagnose separation anxiety, Curing Dog Separation Anxiety even includes a comprehensive questionnaire – along with an interpretation section. Veterinarians use these questionnaires to determine not only if a dog has separation anxiety, but also to what degree – from mild to moderate to severe. Before you rush off to your Vet and pay hundreds of dollars for a diagnosis, why not try my course first?

If you can detect separation anxiety, corrective measures can be taken before the condition gets worse. The earlier you treat the problem, the less severe it will become, and a better outcome will be reached.

And the good news is that separation anxiety can be successfully treated, through behavior modification and medication. But first, you have to know that the dog actually is suffering from separation anxiety, and not from boredom.

Why Have Medication AND Behavior Modification? Why Not One Or The Other?

Well, it’s important to know that each one plays an important role in your dog’s treatment. Most often, the medication is used to help your dog relax, so it can concentrate on performing the behavior modification exercises.

It’s really important to note, that it’s the exercises that will help change your dog’s response to stressful situations over time!

In Curing Dog Separation Anxiety, you’ll learn:

  • Which Medications Are Used To Treat Dog Separation Anxiety
  • Why medications must be given regularly, and not just when your dog seems anxious
  • Why it may take a long time for the medications to work, and why you need to follow a structured program of behavior modification to increase their effectiveness

The fact is the only method that will offer long-term relief is behavior modification.

Curing Dog Separation Anxiety provides you with multiple behavior modification techniques that can help your dog overcome the separation anxiety that’s ruining your relationship with your pet.

Some basic techniques you’ll learn in this course include:

  • How to enrich the surroundings to make your pet at ease
  • How to implement reward relaxation
  • Why downplaying your departure can help your dog relax
  • Why changing the type of dog toys can help reduce pet anxiety
  • How changing your routine when you return home can help
  • How to use exercise and mental stimulation to calm your dog

Curing Dog Separation Anxiety devotes a lot of coverage to help you change your routines. You’ll learn, step-by-step, how to leave your home and how to return home – all in an effort to minimize your dog’s anxiety response.

Think about it – your dog sees you go to your closet and take out a coat – he or she knows you’re about to leave the house. It’s a learned response because dogs are creatures of habit.

So Curing Dog Separate Anxiety shows you how to alter that routine; how to change it up so your dog doesn’t begin the separation anxiety before you even leave the house!

You’ll find that Curing Dog Separation Anxiety is filled with tips, tricks, and secrets that will help that behavior modification process go smoothly, and change your leaving the house from a period of bedlam to a period of calm. Some of these tips and tricks include:

  • What type of exercise to use with your dog
  • When to feed your dog to help calm him
  • What type of sounds to leave on when you leave home
  • What types of toys and distractions to leave for your dog
  • Why an anti-bark citronella collar may help reduce anxiety barking - plus many other tips to treat anxiety barkers!
  • Using aromatherapy and pheromones to calm your dog

One of the most important things you’ll learn in Curing Dog Separation Anxiety is how to build the tolerance to staying alone for your dog. It can’t just “happen” – it takes time to build up to that feeling of being alone, and there is a step-by-step method to employ to help build that tolerance over time.

Another critical component that you’ll need to learn are the techniques needed to minimize your dog’s anxiety prior to your departure. It’s called “desensitizing departures,” and it’s an important technique to have. But it’s just one of the many behavior modification techniques you’ll find in Curing Dog Separation Anxiety.

Other techniques covered in the book include:

  • When to implement exercise before your departure
  • What type of behavior to avoid using on your part when you come back home
  • The healthy way to get your dog to earn the attention it craves
  • Where – and When – to reward your dog for appropriate behavior
  • What steps you must take each day before you leave the house to ensure your dog's behavior improves

This includes A Remarkable Six-Step Anxiety Action Plan that you can learn – and implement to help reduce your dog’s symptoms and get them used to your leaving the house!

You’ll find these and other beneficial techniques in the pages of Curing Dog Separation Anxiety.

But there’s so much more – a wealth of information and techniques that will help you resolve your dog’s separation anxiety problem once and for all.

Just look:

  • The 5 special tips to use with excessively barking dogs
  • 3 special diet tips to help with anxious dogs
  • Alternative and holistic health aids to help calm your pet
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Course Intro Video

Lessons

  1. Most of us who nurture family pets, know exactly how they behave when they try to express their emotions.
  2. What Is Dog Separation Anxiety?

    Separation anxiety is a critical behavioral problem, which can cause tremendous emotional distress for both dogs and their owners.
  3. Detecting Separation Anxiety - Signs & Symptoms

    The occurrence of separation anxiety in dogs is well documented as it relates to humans. This common anxiety disorder occurs most often in young puppies just as it occurs in babies and toddlers of humans.
  4. Separation Anxiety - Prevention & Treatment

    Attention is good, but you also need to educate your dog so that they are ready for your real-world routine......
  5. Crating - A Preventive Measure For Separation Anxiety For Pet Owners With Space Constraints

    Crate training uses a dog's natural instincts as a den animal. A wild dog's den is their home, a place to sleep, hide from danger and raise a family.

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