How Could Your Dog Be Supported Against Separation Anxiety?

Your dog also needs suitable companionship, exercise, play and the chance to behave naturally, dependent on breed, size, age, health and background every day.

If your dog is left alone, it is likely he or she suffers distress. Experts recommend four hours as the maximum time period dogs are left alone. Your dog also needs to be able to be away from you and be able to relax when alone or with other people. As people work at home more, separation anxiety is on the rise when dogs begin to be left alone again.

We plan what your dog needs in walks or home visits based on what your dog likes, development and training needs and also based on breed. It also increases confidence away from owners.

Research shows most breeds do not need more than 45 minutes in a walk as the walk should include sensory, cognitive and physical activity. Mental stimulation can be just as tiring as physical exercise.

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