Cesar’s Dog Training Video: Dog Separation Anxiety

Because of the many questions Cesar receives about dog separation anxiety he decided to create this down and dirty dog training video on the subject.

Cesar says that the single worst thing that can happen to a dog is being away from you. “Dogs are pack animals and there’s nothing more unnatural than being away from their pack,” he explains.

In this dog training video, Cesar explains why dog separation anxiety occurs, and what Pack Leaders can do to overcome separation anxiety in their dogs.

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