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Separation anxiety training

Wednesday 18 November 2015 at 3:01 pm. Used tags: , ,

I saw a repeat client a few weeks ago that had a new rescue dog that she was having some issues with, having previously been to me over a year ago with a Westie with separation anxiety. Expecting to hear that the Rex was now a relaxed and happy dog, I was dismayed to be told that the separation anxiety hadn't really improved.

I was very surprised as we have an extremely good record with separation anxiety here at FETCH so I asked for more details, such as how long and often the training exercise had been used? When I was told just twice in the last year I had to sit down!

I explained that I would happily train her new boy on the condition that we quickly recapped the separation anxiety training with Rex &, most importantly, it was practised!

Sure enough, when I saw them all today, the new boy was loving the training & structure in his new home & very rewardingly, Rex was fast improving with his anxiety issues.

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