IS YOUR DOG STRESSED OUT, ANXIOUS, BARKING EXCESSIVELY, FOLLOWING YOU AROUND? IT MAY BE SEPARATION ANXIETY.HERE’S HOW PETER HARGREAVES DOG TRAINER CAN HELP WITH DOGS SEPARATION ANXIETY.

Separation anxiety is an anxious response, normally triggered when you become separated from your dog in one way or another. Some examples include: leaving the house, going into another room, etc. Symptoms range from light crying to full blown panic episodes, often leading to property damage or worse, harm to your dog. The underlying cause is often a combination of things including: lack of leadership or fulfilment and a poor relationship dynamic between you and your dog. Even before you contact us, go for some credible Dog Harmony Reviews and then drop us a message!

When a dog gets separation anxiety most people tend to believe their dog is feeling sad, lonely or missing them in some way. This can be true and dogs definitely can get lonely, but in these situations there are only mild symptoms and also easy fixes. But that’s something only an expert like Peter Hargreaves dog trainer can bring you!

Most cases of dogs with separation anxiety can be resolved in just two sessions!

The bigger problems that you may be experiencing include: destruction, constant escaping, continuous barking and even personal harm. This type of separation anxiety has the below things in common:

  1. Your dog is leading.
  2. Your dog has extremely high energy levels, is pushy and often a bit unsure or nervous.
  3. Your dog is too humanised or part of the family. e.g. people feel sad, guilty or become emotional when leaving.
  4. Your dog needs more exercise.
  5. Your dog has little to no rules, boundaries or limits and is often spoiled.

After years of research and dealing with anxiety stricken dogs, Peter Hargreaves dog trainer brings you transformational results reflected in Dog Harmony reviews!

If you have any other questions please get in touch

Tel: 07776761289
SEND EMAIL

Is Your Dog Stressed Out, Anxious, Barking Excessively, Following You Around?

Separation anxiety is an anxious response, normally triggered when you become separated from your dog in one way or another. Some examples include: leaving the house, going into another room, etc. Symptoms range from light crying to full blown panic episodes, often leading to property damage or worse, harm to your dog. The underlying cause is often a combination of things including: lack of leadership or fulfilment and a poor relationship dynamic between you and your dog.

When a dog gets separation anxiety most people tend to believe their dog is feeling sad, lonely or missing them in some way. This can be true and dogs definitely can get lonely, but in these situations there are only mild symptoms and also easy fixes.

Most cases of separation anxiety can be resolved in just two sessions!

The bigger problems that you may be experiencing include: destruction, constant escaping, continuous barking and even personal harm. This type of separation anxiety has the below things in common:

  1. Your dog is leading.
  2. Your dog has extremely high energy levels, is pushy and often a bit unsure or nervous.
  3. Your dog is too humanised or part of the family. e.g. people feel sad, guilty or become emotional when leaving.
  4. Your dog needs more exercise.
  5. Your dog has little to no rules, boundaries or limits and is often spoiled.

I BELIEVE THAT 98% OF ALL DOGS CAN BE TRAINED TO HAVE BASIC MANNERS, RESPECT AND UNWANTED BEHAVIOURS REMOVED REGARDLESS OF BREED, SIZE, SHAPE, OR AGE!

REVIEWS

Email

07776761289