We Solve Separation Anxiety!

Separation anxiety is one of the most common complain amongst pet parents, just ask our colleague a dog trainer in Columbus. This is when your fur child is destructive, whines, barks, urinates or even defecates when they are left alone. Dogs can develop separation anxiety at any age. It is important to rule out any medical problems before concluding that your dog suffers from separation anxiety. There are some medical conditions such as incontinence that may cause frequent urination and/or house soiling. Once we are able to determine that your dog’s behavior is not the result of a medical condition, we can then begin training.

Colonial Dog Training Buffalo NY can solve separation anxiety before it gets worse. Colonial Dog Training Buffalo NY has helped countless dogs in Buffalo and the surrounding areas correct their dog’s separation anxiety. Before we begin training your dog we will start with an in-home consultation. This way our trainer can come out and meet with you and your dog. During the consultation our trainer will assess your dog’s behavior and discover why your dog has developed separation anxiety. Once our trainer is able to get to the root of your dog’s behavior issue, our trainer will create a customized training plan tailored specifically to meet your dog’s needs.

Not only is separation anxiety stressful for the owner, it is also very stressful for the dog. Dogs who suffer from separation anxiety typically lack confidence, boundaries and trust. With our dog training we will instill these qualities into your dog in order to help them live a stress-free life.

If you are in the Buffalo area and you are tired of coming home to find that your dog destroyed another piece of furniture call us today at 800.649.7297 to schedule your in-home consultation. Leaving your dog alone should not be a stressful experience. You should not live in constant fear whenever you leave your dog alone. Our in-home training program will not only give you peace of mind, but we will also teach your dog how to cope when they are left alone.