Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Image Credits: Pixabay Many dog parents complain that their four-legged companions are destructive when they are alone. The dogs are found to urinate, bark, dig, defecate, howl, or chew. Some even try to escape. These are not lack of manners … Continue reading

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