Training can help address separation anxiety in dogs

12/26/2010 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Separation anxiety and other behavioral issues in dogs and other pets are more likely to lead to death than infectious diseases, writes veterinarian Lawrence Gerson. These problems can be addressed through puppy training classes and behavior modification programs, among other measures, Gerson writes.

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