Separation anxiety in dogs is a unique predicament because it’s hard to observe and even trickier to fix. After all, dogs suffering from separation anxiety act out when their owners are not home, leaving you guessing. If you’ve spoken with a canine behaviorist and your vet and all roads lead to separation anxiety, consult this list for 25 items that will make your life much easier (and your dog much happier).
1. VIDEO MONITOR SYSTEM
Some symptoms of separation anxiety (barking, urinating, destroying pillows) could also be normal reactions to certain events (another dog walking by the window, the dog walker running late, a fly buzzing around the house). Being able to monitor your dog during the day will clue you into what’s really going on (and the Petcube Bites Pet Camera lets you dispense treats remotely for good behavior).