Signs of Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Dogs with separation anxiety may bark or howl excessively when left alone

 Excessive Barking or Howling

Chewing furniture, doors, or belongings can be a sign of distress and separation anxiety

Destructive Behavior

Restlessness, pacing, or repeatedly following the owner may indicate anxiety

Pacing or Restlessness

Accidents indoors, even for house-trained dogs, can result from anxiety

Inappropriate Elimination

Dogs may drool more than usual due to stress and anxiety

Excessive Salivation

Trying to escape from confined spaces or the home is a sign of distress

Escaping Attempts

Dogs with separation anxiety may become overly clingy when their owners are present


Effective Dog Training Frequency and Duration