The 10 dog breeds most likely to show signs of separation anxiety have been revealed, with Labrador Retrievers at the top of the list. As the world opens up again, many dogs have become over-addicted during the lockdown and may find it difficult to cope.
Research conducted by Furbo has found that some breeds are more prone to separation anxiety than others, including puppies such as Border Collies, Jack Russell Terriers, and German Shepherds. Some surprising breeds were also on the list, such as the Vizslas and the German Shorthaired Pointer.
Speaking of Labradors, the team said, “The Lab is still the most popular family dog breed today and generally has a relaxed disposition. However, because they are so social, they can have a hard time if they are left alone for long periods. “
Separation anxiety in dogs is triggered when they are afraid of being without their owners for a long time. Some of the ways you can easily deal with this behavior are to turn on the radio for your dog, leave out a mentally stimulating toy, ask a dog sitter, or encourage him to relax by taking him for a walk. before leaving the house.
If you are concerned about your pet’s behavior, always visit your local veterinarian for expert advice.
Take a look at the full list below:
10 dog breeds most likely to suffer from separation anxiety
- Labrador retriever
- Border collie
- Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
- Jack russell terrier
- German shepherd
- Australian shepherd
- Bichon Frize
- German Shorthaired Pointer
- Toy poodle
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