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Have you ever arrived home from work to find your home in disarray? Things scattered everywhere … Pet separation anxiety can manifest itself in different ways. They can be destructive, or disturb your neighbours with loud barking and whining. They may urinate or spread things in the most unexpected of ways! They chew and scratch on furniture, destroy things you use frequently and carry your scent … they seem to do these things as soon as you leave them alone. You will also notice that they are also wildly excited to see you when you get back, incessantly demanding your attention.
One of the most common reasons is that they when they are frequently left alone … is that they get bored! They may feel abandoned by their owners. The bad behaviour that they manifest is merely a cry for much needed attention.
So what can you do about it?
Teach your pet to recognise the cues to signal your departure, such as picking up your keys and interacting with them on your terms … and not when they demand it! Some pets benefit by having increased exercise before they are left on their own. If you are unable to walk your pet, consider hiring someone as a dog sitter, a dog walker or put them into pet daycare. If you have the space you could consider a pet crate or pen, it needs to be appropriate for your pet!