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Home Alone: Recognizing and Treating Separation Anxiety in your Dog
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Home Alone: Recognizing and Treating Separation Anxiety in your Dog

Does your dog pace and become anxious when she sees you preparing to leave the house? Do you come home to chewed door frames or frequent "accidents" on your carpet? If your answers to any of these questions is "yes", you need to attend this great Washington Humane Society seminar on Saturday. Whether your dog barks when left alone or is nicknamed "Houdini" for her successful escape attempts - your dog may be experiencing a form of separation anxiety.

We will discuss:

    * Cutting edge analysis of various forms of anxiety

    * How to determine whether your dog's anxiety is due to separation

    * Case studies of specific dogs and their outcomes

    * Choosing a treatment plan that is right for your dog

    *  ...and so much more!

December 11th, 2010
10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Seminar fee: $40

Pre-registration is required. Seats are limited. This is a *humans-only* seminar.

To sign up visit www.washhumane.org/blc

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