Separation Anxiety Basics: 

It's Agonizing for All Involved

No other behavioral issue has the household impact that canine separation anxiety has. Clients often feel trapped, a prisoner in their own home — or guilty knowing their dog is suffering when they do venture out.

The Signs Are Unmistakable

Typical symptoms of canine separation anxiety include constant barking, whining, pacing, sweating, drooling, pawing or scratching, inappropriate elimination, destruction, attempts to escape and self-mutilation when left alone.

Happily, It Is Fixable

It’s estimated that 1 in 5 dogs in the U.S. suffer from some form of separation anxiety. The very good news is when treated with a proper program of gradual desensitization, more than 73% of dogs improve significantly or completely.

You Get Immediate Relief

From the beginning of the program, there will be an end to your dog’s distress, your neighbor’s complaints and even your landlord’s eviction warnings. This peace of mind frees you to focus on creating lasting change.

And Long-Term Results

It can take time to fix canine separation anxiety. And while the work is straightforward, it isn’t necessarily easy. It requires patience and commitment. But the resulting freedom for both you and your dog is real and lasting.

Available to Clients Anywhere

Common, easy-to-use technology like Skype is a critical tool in the treatment program — and it also makes it possible to work with clients across the country or around the world without any compromise of progress at all.




Separation anxiety will not get better on its own. The sooner you address it, the sooner you will reclaim the freedom, the peace of mind and the relationship with your dog you once had.