Separation Anxiety in Dogs

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Date(s) - 03/28/2023
1:00 pm - 1:45 pm



Separation Anxiety in Dogs- A fundraising presentation for the Springfield Humane Society happens on Tuesday, March 28, at 1 p.m. via Zoom.

Does your dog have a hard time when you leave the house? You are not alone. Researchers estimate that up to 20% of dogs become distressed to the point of panic when left alone. A dog with separation anxiety may howl, bark, and/or whimper for a very long time after you leave, have accidents in the house, and destroy objects such as furniture, windows, and door frames. The good news is: Separation anxiety is treatable.

In this 40-minute Zoom session you’ll discover what separation anxiety is — and is not — and the steps you can take to help your dog and get your life back.

100% of the $10 registration fee will go to support the work of the Springfield Humane Society. Can’t make it live? The session will be recorded and sent to registrants afterward.

Janice Zazinski (she/her) is a Certified Trainer & Counselor, a Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer, and a Family Paws Parent Educator. Based in Townshend, Janice Z Dog Training serves the local community in person, works with clients everywhere online, and is a referral trainer for the Springfield and Windham County Humane Societies. Janice Z’s training methods are rewards-based, force-free, and humane. You and your dog will love how it feels to train together.

Click here to register.

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