Separation Anxiety

We all know that dogs are extremely attached to their masters. And many of us have heard of cases where dogs whine when their masters when they go away on long vacations. Some dogs have also been known to exhibit mature behavior when their owners are in trouble or sick. This attachment comes naturally to them especially if the dog has been brought into the house as a puppy. As a puppy, it is your nature that is tied to the mother and the litter in whom he is born.

When removed from the litter and placed in another home, he looks for that addiction. Because the owner provides the food and the love he so desires, the object of attachment becomes the master for the extension. However, this healthy relationship between dog and owner can lead to undesirable behavior if the dog becomes overly dependent on the owner. Separation anxiety in dogs is really a sign of disapproval of the isolation of the owner. When you see some or all of the following signs in your dog, you may suspect that their behavior is due to anxiety. * Defecation and urination in inappropriate locations * destructive behavior like chewing and digging too excessive barking and whining * * depression or hyperactivity These samples are typical not only of separation anxiety.

But you can be sure your dog is suffering from separation anxiety if these behaviors are exhibited when the master is not around or occur shortly after the owner leaves the house. The may vary. Some dogs become extremely aggressive while others show signs of depression. The include scratching and digging in an attempt to follow him, chewing on household items and whining and barking for long periods. This aggressive behavior usually occurs within half an hour after departure. Depressive behaviors include abstaining from food that can lead to bigger problems in cases of extended absences. Although uncommon, conditions dogs develop diarrhea or vomiting and in some cases mutilation themselves. Some dogs can detect an impending separation. This can lead to undesirable behavior occurs even before the actual separation. Your dog may follow him from place to place and show aggressive behavior when you show any sign of leaving. The spark may at any time due to certain environmental changes. The sudden change of domicile, a dramatic change in routine due to an event at home or to an event like a death in the family can lead to a sudden show separation anxiety. Learning the art of relieving stress in pets is not difficult. If you care enough your dog, you'll find solutions to the problem and go around to desensitize your dog in your absence. Engineer by profession but with a great interest in health and alternative medicine. I believe that natural remedies and alternative therapies have their place in modern medicine. Public one with these issues because I am sure that an informed person is potentially a more happy and healthy.