20 Apr Confinement or free range?
Confinement issues and separation anxiety are two different issues, but they can often happen together, in which case the confinement usually makes the separation anxiety signs even more intense.
That’s why we usually see great improvement when working free in the house with our separation anxiety dogs! Of course, every dog is different, and therefore an individual assessment of each case is needed to find the setup that will help your dog feel more comfortable and ultimately succeed.
On the video you will see Holly, who used to suffer from separation anxiety and confinement issues. You will see a big difference between her assessment in confinement and free in the house, along with her fast progress after choosing a training setup that would accommodated to her needs in the best way.