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Price : $ 300 (Negotiable)
Type : For sale
Date : 02 May, 2023
Ad Reference ID : 10001
Age : puppy
Sex : female

Our boy Akita puppies come in prints you can't find anywhere else!  They come with a puppy care guide training guide health record and first round of shots.  We have both parents and puppies are raised in a house environment with other animals from cats to turtles. These dogs are perfect for training and being ESA animals. They are the closest breed to wolves and are very intelligent. They will help those who have anxiety PTSD or depression.  They bond strongly to family and consider them part of their wolf pack. They love getting belly rubs and enjoy play time!  Once you go American Akita you never go back! Message or call us to get your Exotic American Akita puppy!

Akita Separation Anxiety: How to Help Your Dog Cope

Akita separation anxiety is a common problem among many dogs. Separation anxiety occurs when a dog becomes distressed or anxious when their owner is not around. Akitas are known for their strong bonds with their owners, which can make them more susceptible to separation anxiety.

Here are some tips to help your Akita cope with separation anxiety:

  1. Gradual desensitization: Gradually get your dog used to being alone for short periods of time. Start by leaving your dog alone for just a few minutes and gradually increase the time you spend away from your dog. This will help your dog get used to being alone and reduce their anxiety.

  2. Create a safe space: Create a safe and comfortable space for your dog to be in when you're not home. This can be a crate or a specific room in your house. Make sure the space is comfortable and has plenty of toys and treats to keep your dog occupied.

  3. Exercise and mental stimulation: Make sure your dog gets plenty of exercise and mental stimulation. A tired dog is less likely to experience anxiety when left alone. Take your dog for a walk or run before leaving the house, or provide them with puzzle toys to keep them occupied.

  4. Counter-conditioning: Create positive associations with your departures. For example, you could give your dog a special treat or toy only when you leave the house. This can help your dog associate your departures with positive experiences.

  5. Seek professional help: If your dog's separation anxiety is severe, seek the help of a professional dog trainer or behaviorist. They can help you develop a personalized plan to help your dog overcome their anxiety.

Remember, separation anxiety is a common problem among many dogs and can be managed with patience and consistency. With the right approach and plenty of love and attention, your Akita can learn to cope with being alone.


Name: kunal

Registered: 25 04, 2023

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