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Author Topic: How do I keep him from wining when I leave?  (Read 7449 times)
Busters Mommy
« on: May 17, 2008, 10:05:54 am »

Hi to everyone who reads this. I am new to this place and hope I get lots of help (and eventually learn enough to help others).

I am a proud new owner of a 5 and a 1/2 month oth chi! He's name is buster and he is a very loving dog. Since I work 8 hours a day, I need to train him to be able to stay by himself. At this point it strated off fine. He would stay with my grandmother for the day and give her no problems (this was this past wed. and thurs). It was not until fri that I noticed a small problem with him wining even if I stepped out of the room to go to the bathroom. I want him to get to the point where he will be ok if I go to work or even if I just step out to go grocery shopping.

We currently live with my grandparents until we can find a new place of our own, so that means that he will really need to learn to be by himself. Does anyone have any suggetions or tip. Maybe crate training? Some other type of training. Please. I want to make sure he is ok. Thank you to all who read and respond.
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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2010, 02:09:33 am »

My dogs do this every time I leave my home or go outside.  It really makes me feel bad, but dogs just naturally have problems being alone. I have heard that there are ways to make your dog cope with you leaving, but I think you are better off asking a dog trainer about this problem.

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