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Fri, 18 Dec


Online Chat via Zoom

Talking About Separation Anxiety

As things start to return to normal post-Covid, many dogs will suffer separation anxiety with their owners not being at home so much. Join Lisa for an informal chat discussing signs your dog is struggling and ways to help them better cope.

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Talking About Separation Anxiety
Talking About Separation Anxiety

Time & Location

18 Dec 2020, 19:00 – 20:00

Online Chat via Zoom

About the event

Have you ever had a dog destroy something in your home when you have

been out? It can be infuriating, even catastrophic at times. Did you

know that dogs only ever do this when they are deeply distressed and

suffering from emotional and physiological distress that vets liken to

the grieving process?

Separation Issues can be so serious that they need veterinary medical

intervention and if left without a Behaviour Programme and Medication

can result in prolonged depression in dogs. The neurons in the brain

become damaged when under stress and this can only be rectified by

working with a Behaviour Consultant/Therapist as well as seeing your


The dogs are completely blameless in this and they really need our

help and understanding. To understand them from a scientific and

behavioural insight removes a world of frustration. It is important

that we understand as much as we can about our dogs. They ask very

little of us in return for their companionship.

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