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  Title Separation Anxiety: Helping The Distressed Dog Stay Home Alone
  Speaker Lisa Radosta DVM, DACVB
  Date(s) Wednesday, April 1, 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM
  Location Jupiter, FL
  Fee $45
  CEUs CCPDT 2.875; IAABC 2
  Host Organization Lucky Dog Sports Club
  Contact Person Mindy Cox, Training Director
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 561-427-6700

  Description of Seminar/Conference

One of the most common complaints of pet parents is that their dogs show signs of distress and panic such as urinating, defecating, barking, howling, chewing or trying to escape when they are left alone. Separation anxiety is triggered when dogs experience panic because of a virtual or actual separation from their guardians.

In this seminar you will:

  • Learn strategies to change your dog\'s panic and distress over you leaving;
  • Find out how to avoid this common problem in the young dog.

Etiology, differential diagnosis, medical and behavioral treatments, predisposed breeds, prognosis, and prevention will all be discussed.


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