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    Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    If your dog seems to worry when you're heading out, destroys stuff when you leave the house, follows you from room to room when you're home, goes berserk when you come back and seems to be eyeing you suspiciously even before you leave—you may be dealing with a case of separation anxiety.

    Dogs with separation anxiety exhibit distress and behavior problems when they're left alone. Some of the most common ways:

    Digging and scratching at doors or windows attempting to reunite with their owners
    Destructive chewing
    Howling, barking and whining

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    Re: Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    And your point is?
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    Re: Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    If the dog doesn't calm down from the quiet voice and strokes then you can give her a little cbd dog treats. These supplements are approved by veterinarians and act as a mild sedative. But there are cases of behavior disorder that don't depend on the emotional state. Therefore, if you see that normal actions do not help, then it is worth contacting a canine center to a behavioral specialist. In any case, this behavior of the dog is not the norm and requires intervention.

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    Re: Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    we forgot, eating through doors and walls, breaking through glass windows or the screens, jumping fences... for the sole purpose of wanting to be outside in the yard and not closed up in the house.

    as far as CBD oil goes

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    Read the article. First thought - people are idiots. Only an idiot can treat epilepsy with such methods (((But you are right in what, with such a wave, it is difficult for some to think rationally ... I'm glad my family is not among them.

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    not that people are idiots not my point.. Lots of mis information, unscientific marketing claims, and especially it's not a product at this time that is truly regulated and tested to be clean from pesticides and to be what it is being claimed to be.

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    Re: Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    The whole cannabis industry is a mess right now. I'd stay far, far away from CBD unless you are familiar with what's going on.

    Both of my dogs are genetically predisposed to SA. Chocolate already has a bad case of it and that is why she needed to be rehomed. She doesn't destroy the house, but she cries loudly and is miserable. These are dogs that belong with a retired person or someone with a "take your dog to work" kind of job.

    Chocolate may or may not do better being left with Laurel than she did with being left alone, but she could also become dangerous to the smaller dog. There are no easy solutions.
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