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Old 08-06-2012, 11:33 PM   #11
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I will confess I have separation anxiety from my 1/2 hav. I'm getting worse, he's getting better.
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Old 08-07-2012, 07:29 AM   #12
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I have heard Havie's have separation anxiety. I guess I was looking for ideas from the people who have them themselves to see if there is something that worked for one person. I just figured by 8 months he would be easier to leave..........All and any suggestions are appreciated !!
Some do, many don't it depends partly on their innate disposition, partly on how they were raised by the breeder, and partly how the new owner continues that training. Kodi has never had a problem with it from day one.

8 months, however, can be a particularly hard time to start working on it. This is like a 10 month old baby. (I learned THAT one from experience ) If you don't get them used to it earlier, this tends to be a particularly fearful time period.
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Can you share an update? Has it gotten better?
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If you wanted to bring your dog to work, daily, having the dog as a certified therapy dog, would go a long way. I'm sure if I wanted to, I could justify it at my day job, but it's actually a pain for me, as I'm tied to the bell schedule. and I often have mtgs, a lot of times, I cannot bring him with me to the mtgs, so I have to have a teacher babysit him, which they love, but still, I feel bad.
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