Help, my dog can't be alone
Problem behaviors in dogs that are alone arise because the dog does not understand the situation. He has therefore not learned how to behave in this situation or how not to behave.
During the absence of the dog owner, the dog begins to look for them. Since this search remains unsuccessful, he becomes excited, insecure and stressed. This leads to possible behavior such as barking, yowling or destroying objects.
With Thimba you can learn to teach your dog the right behavior for this situation so that he can live calmly and confidently even without your presence.