This course is designed to prevent separation anxiety from developing in your puppy. It will be mostly preventive as opposed to reactive in the sense that we are not treating a condition that exists, we are preventing it from happening. 

If your puppy is showing signs of home-alone issues before the age of 4-6 months, give this program a try. If you find that it isn’t working for you, connect with us as we have a specific treatment program for the full-blown version that we’re trying to prevent. 

For this course, we recommend taking a minimum of 4 days off work and major commitments to work through this. 7-10 days would be even better, especially if your puppy is already showing signs of concern when left alone. You’re probably already there since you’ve adopted a new puppy!

You will be given training plans for each day. You may be able to work through multiple levels in one day, or you might have to take it a bit slower and work on one level for multiple days. Your puppy will be the deciding factor and you will have to let them lead. 

My goal is to be able to get you to the point where you can leave your puppy safely and happily while you go out to work or run errands or have a social life. Ideally your puppy grows up to be a dog who relaxes, sleeps, or plays while you are away, but does not bark, cause noise complaints, or destroy your home in a panic.