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070 Relax! What We Really Mean by Relaxation in Separation Anxiety Training and Why That Matters
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You might be thinking you aren’t ever going to make any progress with separation anxiety training because your dog won’t stay on her bed. Or maybe she starts on her bed but always follows you to the door and waits there.
She needs to relax, right? Well, yes and no. We definitely need our dogs to show no anxiety when doing home alone training. But that doesn’t mean she has to stay put. Listen to find out more.