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Tips To Alleviate Separation Anxiety In Your Pets
For shares that include a brand URL, please include the #ad hashtag in your social share. This post is sponsored by Furbo® Dog Camera. I am being compensated to help share information about the Furbo Dog Camera, but Positively Woof only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. All statements made reflect my true opinion of the product. Furbo is not responsible for the content of this article. By Robbi Hess ~ Managing Editor Pet Calendar, Crimeless Cat Executive Story Editor, Chief Cat Herder When my eleven-year-old Poodle, Henrietta, got injured playing with our extremely large, extremely enthusiastic Goldendoodle, Murray, she suffered a life-altering hip injury. She underwent a couple of surgical procedures to put the hip back in place; it didn't work. Because of her age and my nervousness at her undergoing another -- this time -- major surgical procedure and being under more anesthetic, Tips To Alleviate Separation Anxiety In Your Pets I opted for the treatment which has been a little life-altering for me. Henrietta is on restricted movement -- from now until forever. This means she can no longer walk up and down stairs or jump off the bed or the furniture or race around the house with her big brother, Murray. It also means that if I leave the house, and I rarely do unless I can find her a family member who will sit with her, I have to put up a baby gate and keep her in my office. My office has nothing in there she can jump onto or off of and it seems the safest room in the house. She is too short to get over the gate. I give her treats when I leave, but I still worry. Here are some ways I help alleviate her separation anxiety…