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Separation anxiety is treatable.
Barking, howling, destruction, soiling in the house… these are all common symptoms in dogs with separation anxiety. They are signs of the severe distress your dog is feeling.
If your dog struggles with being left alone, you know how stressful it feels. Will they hurt themselves while you are gone? What kind of mess will you find when you get home? Will the neighbors complain about the noise again?
Worst of all, it feels terrible to leave your dog, knowing that they are crying out for help.
Working with a Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer (CSAT) can make life a lot easier.
CSATs are trainers with years of experience in behavior modification. CSATs have completed intensive training and testing to specialize in treating separation anxiety. Working with a CSAT means that you can be sure that you are using best practices and not wasting time with confusing internet recommendations.
As a CSAT, I can help your dog learn that being alone isn’t so scary, after all. In fact, it can be a great time to take a nap.