(WKOW) — Many people have been spending far more time at house during the last 12 months, and so our pets have gotten used to our virtually fixed presence. However as issues return to some sense of normalcy, pet homeowners will begin venturing out and pets might have a tough time adjusting to their absence.
Dr. Crista Coppola stopped by Wake Up Wisconsin Weekend to speak about the way to spot indicators of separation nervousness in pets, and the way to assist them cope.
Dr. Coppola is one in all solely 43 licensed utilized animal behaviorists in america. She specializes within the remedy of conduct issues in canines, cats, and horses.
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