Separation Anxiety Versus Containment Phobia: Why Is Your Dog Destructive When You're Gone?

Separation Anxiety Versus Containment Phobia: Why Is Your Dog Destructive When You're Gone?

by Karyn Garvin


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Has your dog been diagnosed with Separation Anxiety? Many dog owners have been led to believe that their dog is suffering from "Separation Anxiety," when often times nothing could be further from the truth.

When Dog Behavior Is Misunderstood, There Is No Cure!

Never before has any book gone into as much detail to help dog owners understand all of the reasons why dogs may behave destructively during their owners' absence. Nor has any book gone to such great lengths to provide you with the solutions you have been searching for.

This book is dedicated to helping dog owners learn:
• At least 20 reasons why dogs may be destructive when they are left home alone
• What to do about it
• How to prevent it

You are also going to learn about another condition, "Containment Phobia," which affects at least 10% to 15% of our dog population. That is a lot of dogs!!! "Containment Phobia" is almost always misdiagnosed as "Separation Anxiety." If you own a dog or know of a dog that panics about being crated, they may actually be "Containment Phobic."

This book is committed to lifting the veil that has clouded the unique attributes and differences of these conditions for far too long.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984461349
Publisher: Divine Dog Books
Publication date: 08/09/2015
Pages: 152
Sales rank: 1,277,264
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Teachers often teach through stories. Karyn Garvin's stories are based in spirituality, psychology, etiology and science. Since 1977, she has taught over 40,000 private lessons helping dog owners to train their dogs. In this book you will not only benefit from her extensive experience, you will also be introduced to a new method in dog training: The Integrated Approach.

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