Overcoming separation anxiety is a journey.
The pace is set by your dog, not by how quickly you think things should go.
This can lead to lots of feelings of uncertainty and frustration.
But no matter how long the journey takes, there are many milestones that we can celebrate along the way. And knowing that those key achievements are on the horizon can give you the reassurance you need to keep going.
Download my free guide to learn all about the steps you’ll be working toward as you climb the separation anxiety training mountain.
Why separation anxiety training looks more like a marathon than a sprint
What the increments of a systematic separation anxiety training plan look like
The training focus and process for each step along the way
The absence duration you'll be working toward at each milestone in the process
Appropriate activities (for the human!) during training missions
I created this guide to get quality, FREE information about this challenging behavior problem into the hands of owners like you – owners who feel like they have tried everything and haven’t made any progress.
Separation Anxiety isn’t a quick fix. But when we break absences down into bite-size pieces, it becomes doable for both the dog and human.
Let me show you how I do it!
About the author
Hi, I’m Kate. I’m a professional dog trainer and certified behavior consultant specializing in fear and aggression and separation anxiety. I’ve helped over 1850 dogs overcome issues their guardians thought were impossible – fear of strangers, resource guarding, growling at toddlers, separation anxiety and more. With over 5,240 hours of hands-on training fearful dogs, I have the relevant experience to rescue you and help you enjoy your dog again.
So whether you need help with a growly, bitey, fraidy dog, or are preparing for life with a new baby or your new dog just needs some manners, I can help and we can work together to improve your and your dog’s quality of life.