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 Separation Anxiety in Husky Puppy (very stressed, need advice!)

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PostSubject: Separation Anxiety in Husky Puppy (very stressed, need advice!)   Separation Anxiety in Husky Puppy (very stressed, need advice!) EmptyThu Feb 06, 2020 12:49 am

Hello! I have a 4-month old Siberian Husky puppy. Ever since we got him at 14 weeks old he showed signs of extreme separation anxiety. He LOVES his crate but as soon as he is left alone in the room for one minute (for example, me and my boyfriend go downstairs to grab snacks) he starts howling and crying so badly it sounds like he is dying!

Worst part is if we let him stay alone for longer than 15 minutes...he will pee and poop all over himself. He NEVER soils in his crate except in the case of separation anxiety. It is just very stressful because we have tried calming treats, filling a kong up and freezing it...once he finishes the Kong he is crying again and soiling himself...any advice would be so helpful.

I also want to add-on that his anxiety is so bad that if me and my boyfriend are BOTH in the same room as him but one of us decides to leave the room...he starts crying and barking. Unless me and my boyfriend are both in the same room as him 24/7 he won't even relax or fall asleep... Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Separation Anxiety in Husky Puppy (very stressed, need advice!)   Separation Anxiety in Husky Puppy (very stressed, need advice!) EmptyThu Feb 06, 2020 2:53 am

Sounds like spider jr
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PostSubject: Re: Separation Anxiety in Husky Puppy (very stressed, need advice!)   Separation Anxiety in Husky Puppy (very stressed, need advice!) EmptyFri Feb 07, 2020 11:37 am

As long as hes not hurting himself stick with the crate training and let him whine and scream its so much easier to deal with it as a puppy then when you have an adult dog that needs a babysitter to be left at home. I would know i have that issue. I wish i had been able to afford a crate spider couldnt break out of. Another option is doggy day care. But the best option for all concerned would be continue with the crate training.

Also on pitbulls and parolees they had an episode about wolfy looking breeds and said huskies dont do well as only dogs.
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