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Pet Care

Specialist: Dr. Julio Correa

Feature Article: "Separation Anxiety in Dogs"
Separation anxiety or separation stress in dogs is the apprehension or fear of being left alone. This panic disorder occurs in dogs of all ages and breeds, and it is most common in dogs overly dependent on the continued presence of their owners. When deprived of the physical presence of their owners, dogs that are victims of separation anxiety become very destructive.

Find out how to help your dog cope with separation anxiety!

These pages contain vital information to help individuals and families care for their pets.



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