Some dogs have trouble adjusting to their owner’s absence. Even if they stay safely within the bounds of their underground dog fence, they may act up by barking, digging, chewing on doors and other forms of destruction. This is usually caused by separation anxiety.
To help your dog adjust to your absence, exercise them vigorously before you leave. And when you leave, give them something to do like a bone to chew on, or a kong. Leave a radio on, preferably on some talkback radio station (of whatever political leaning your prefer). When you leave don’t make a big deal of it. And when you return, again don’t make a big deal of it and take them on a walk.
This should help your dog deal with your absence in a calm way.
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