The past 18 months have been a whole new world for a lot of dogs.
Lots of people got a new dog. Many people started working from home part or all of the time. Some people lost their jobs. Some families moved to a new home. All of these changes can affect how dogs feel about the safety of their home environment, and how comfortable they are being alone.
Does your dog pace when you start getting ready to leave? Has she remodeled your house while you were gone?
Separation anxiety is a common phrase used to describe dog behavior when left alone, but it might surprise you to learn that not all destructive behavior falls into this category. Maybe your dog is displaying of separation anxiety, or is it simply boredom? Knowing he difference is critical, because fixing the problem depends on understanding the cause.
In this session we'll talk about what separation anxiety is... and is not. We'll also discuss ways to help dogs who are having trouble being left alone, whatever the cause.
Wednesday, October 5, 2022
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Laughing Dogs Daycare & Training Services
- This event is for people only.
- Attendees must RSVP on our event sign up form.
Mittsy Voiles CPDT-KA, Behaviorist at Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic. Learn more about Mittsy on the Meet Our Trainers page.
✨ABOUT PET PARTNERS:
Established in 2012, Pet Partners Community Education is a community education program hosted by the Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic in collaboration with local businesses and organizations. We're proud to be partnered with Laughing Dogs Daycare & Training Center and the Humane Society of Jefferson County.