Hey guy's i have a 1 year old Pomeranian pup who suffered from Dog separation anxiety. We spent a lot of time an money trying to cure his anxiety. He Used to Bark an Weep constantly when ever left home alone, He had outbursts of energy where he would run back and forth, go a little crazy and get shakes.
We bought him a thunder jacket thingo off ebay. It had no real impact on his anxiety but it kept him warm in the cold lol. We spent alot of time trying different methods and we were getting frustrated with no solution.
Hey I also had similar symptoms with my 1 year old Pomeranian pup, he used to get stressed when ever we left him home alone. Started from barking and weeping, running back an forth, destructive behavior aswell as shaking.
we tried a lot of different things, my wife also bough him one of those thunder jackets, but it wasn't much help. I decided to try the practical way and i did some research on the net. an i found very useful tips an info. it had plenty of useful methods to cure dog separation anxiety. http://dogseparationanxiety.com.au/ Hope this helps as it did for our family View Thread
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