Title: Home Alone: Separation Anxiety
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This hour webinar will review causes of separation distress and prevention and training recommendations. Canine separation anxiety is essentially a panic attack that occurs when the dog is in the absence of its attachment figure. It is one of the most common behavioral problems of dogs with approximately 20% of US dogs affected. Learn behavior modification exercises to help prevent separation anxiety in puppies and practical tips for creating independence in the adult dog.
Sponsor: TEAM Education in Animal Behavior
Speaker(s): **Debbie Martin, CPDT-KA, KPA Faculty, RVT, VTS (Behavior)