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Separation anxiety can manifest in different ways for each dog. There are some breeds that seem to be more prone to it, according to recent studies. Some breeds are more likely to develop stubborn temperaments or ailments like hip dyspepsia. Some breeds seem to be prone to developing worse separation anxiety than others.
After a hard day’s work, you may sometimes look at your pooch and wish you had it easy as they did. After all, they get three (free) square meals a day, a comfy bed, ZERO bills and plenty of belly scratches. Ahhh, that’s the life, right? But you might be missing some critical signs of stress in a dog.
Does your dog has started acting out or is visibly stressed out when you leave him alone? You are more than likely dealing with one of the most common issues when it comes to having a dog separation anxiety! It is a problematic type of behavior that is accompanied by symptoms such as whining, pooping, excessive barking, or other destructive behavior.