Separation-related problems in dogs and cats

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A range of separation-related behaviour problems may occur in the partial or complete absence of a pet’s owner. These problems can have different underlying motivations, relating to factors such as fear, anxiety, over-attachment and lack of appropriate stimulation, and require different treatment interventions. The chapter deals with evaluation of the patient, differential diagnosis, treatment of separation-related behaviour problems, prognosis, follow-up, prevention of the problem.

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14.4 Destruction and disruption is commonly seen with separation anxiety.
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