|Barked: Wed Feb 13, '13 11:04pm PST |
|You mentioned earlier that you set up a webcam, went out of the room and saw your dog whining and whatever, that's also a sign of distress. I'm just wondering why people are suggesting to keep her in the basement when you're gone. That's basically frightening to the dog.
How about trying to make your departures and returns completely calm and emotionless? No huggy/kissy "Mummy loves you" scenes. If she gets excited and jumps all over you when you return, ignore her. Turn your back and walk away. When she finally settles down, say hello and greet her very calmly. Or if that doesn't work, you could always try and seek out a behaviorist.
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