Fear Free Happy Homes: Separation Anxiety

October 28, 2021

A pet with separation anxiety shows distress when separated from family members. We don’t know exactly what causes separation anxiety; some pets may be genetically predisposed, or it may be a learned behavior or a combination of both. Find out what steps to take to help prevent separation anxiety before it starts as well as activities you can do together that will turn down the anxiety when you’re not there. For example, if your pet is used to your constant companionship during COVID-19 and that is changing.


They’re Not Loners: Cats Can Have Separation Anxiety, Too

Canine Separation Anxiety: An Introduction

Canine Separation Anxiety: Helping Your Dog Feel Secure

Canine Separation Anxiety Solutions: Part 1

Canine Separation Anxiety Solutions: Part 2

Supplements & Medication for Separation Anxiety

Preventing Separation Anxiety After COVID-19

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