Many of us are headed back to work in the coming weeks. That means two things;
- You must ditch the pjs.
- Your pet is going to be spending more time alone.
Big adjustments like moving to a new home or a change in schedule can be hard on pets. That stress can manifest as separation anxiety. The good news is, there’s a lot we can do as awesome pet parents to ease their stress.
In this blog, we’ll discuss signs of separation anxiety in dogs and what we can do to help our pets feel better.
First, if your dog is five or more years old and you start noticing this behaviour, play it safe and call your veterinarian. Frequently, the only sign of a larger health problem is a change in behaviour. Even if you’ve had a move or change in schedule, it is possible these behaviours are symptomatic of another problem.