(Closed) Puppy separation anxiety

posted 8 years ago in Pets
Post # 17
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

In my experience, blue heelers are always a little whiney anyways.  They need some sort of task or something to do all the time.  Try leaving a favorite bone with her when you leave.  My blue heeler mix is almost a year old now and he still has his moments.  He even has 3 playmates but when I get home he’s at the door whining wanting some attention.  Your puppy is still very little so she will probably grow out of it.  Just try to spend as much time as possible with her when you get home!  As far as doggy daycare, she will still pretty much be in a crate all day except for the occasional potty break.  I work at a vet and we can only let one dog out at a time because they could end up fighting.  There may be other vets where they let dogs socialize with each other though so you could try it!

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