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How to Help Your Pet Learn to be Alone: an article by Troy Animal Hospital

September 9, 2013

Summer is coming to an end and vacations are over, kids are heading back to school and adults to work. What does this mean for your pets? That they now have a lot more alone time on their paws.

Bored pets can mean destructive pets. No one wants to come home from a long day at work to find trash scattered all over or your couch destroyed. There are things you can do to help your pet out though.

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 The transition from having their people home all day to being alone can be a tough one for many pets. With planning and a little extra morning attention though, you can help your pet’s time alone be less stressful for them and you.

  Here at Troy Animal Hospital we work hard to provide the highest quality veterinary care for your beloved pets. You can reach us at

937-335-8387.

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