Canine Separation Anxiety
What is canine separation anxiety (SA)?
Separation Anxiety is an anxiety disorder among puppies and dogs in which a genuine panic attack occurs when a dog is left alone. It is estimated that over 17% of dogs in the US suffer from home alone anxiety. There is likely a genetic predisposition and it can be triggered by a move, divorce, marriage, arrival of a new baby or other family member, including a new family pet, death of a person or another family pet, or the normal process of aging.
Without treatment, SA will worsen over time. Treating the condition requires time and patience, but with a success rate of over 73%, there is hope. Our program will show your dog how to relax and enjoy his alone time.
How Do I Know If My Dog Needs Help?
Do one or more of the following apply?
You dread leaving the house, knowing how it distresses your dog.
Your dog paces and pants as you prepare to leave.
Your neighbors complain about howling or barking while you're away.
You worry what damage to your home you might find when you return
You worry what self-inflicted injuries you might find when you return
It doesn’t have to be like this. We can teach your dog to enjoy being home alone.
How Separation Anxiety On-line Training Works
Separation Anxiety is a behavioral disorder that is best treated from a distance. Using our unique treatment protocol, we can work with you anywhere in the world via Zoom or other similar technology.
First step: Initial Client Questionnaire
Fill out the client questionnaire and submit. I will review your details and email you within 48 hours to set up a complimentary phone consult.
Second step: Phone consult
During our complimentary 20-30 minute phone call, we'll discuss what separation anxiety is, and what the treatment process is. We'll discuss your specific needs and determine how we can work together.
Third step: Live Assessment and Ongoing Custom Treatment Package
Using easy to set up technology, we'll meet via live video (60-90 minutes) to evaluate your dog’s alone time behavior during a real-time departure. This assessment allows me to determine a specific treatment protocol customized to your dog’s needs and your lifestyle. Ongoing weekly live assessments and daily plans will guide us to your goals. We'll be in this together, for the time your dog needs to feel better, and I’ll be there to support you every step of the way!
Fourth step: Live Your Life
Leave your dog home, knowing he's comfortable and that your home will be in one piece when you return. Fall back in love with your dog and flow through your days and nights with ease and relief.
Are you ready to get help?