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Episode 03

By September 3, 2021April 7th, 2022Be Right Back

Episode 03

Julie-naismith

Truth and Lies about Crating an Anxious Dog

In today’s episode, we look at why crates and separation anxiety are just not a good mix.

I'm also going to explain what your alternatives to crating are because I know for many of you crating is, it seems, almost essential.

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