Separation Anxiety

Dogs don't like separation. It takes many dogs a great deal of time to feel comfortable with being left alone. A dog who suffers true separation anxiety goes through physical withdrawal when you leave. His body temperature changes, his pulse increases, and his blood pressure rises. He acts out, not out of disrespect or spite, but out of anxiety. House soiling, destructive chewing, clawing and scratching, and barking are common reactions.

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