Separation Anxiety: How to prepare for it post-quarantine

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Tips on getting back to normal routines with your pet.
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Easing Pet Separation Anxiety After COVID19 Quarantine
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Are you and your pet prepared?
Pets have become acclimated to the uninterrupted presence of their humans during quarantine. But with states slowly lifting COVID-19 restrictions, people are starting to return to work, leaving their furry friends home alone. This tough transition could create separation anxiety issues in both new additions and long-term family pets.

Here's how you can prepare for easing back into normal routines:
1. Give your pets some alone time: One of the best things you can do is give your pet some space by starting short period of alone time.

2. Get your pet plenty of exercise: Exercising your pet mentally and physically before leaving them alone will help ease an anxious pet.

3. Create a calm environment: Closing windows and curtains, playing soothing music in the background, and even running the fan can help with creating a more relaxing home environment.
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