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Separation anxiety in dogs may affect quality of life

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Kansas City

Michelle Graziano, inside sales manager at Assisi Animal Health, discusses canine separation anxiety and why it has recently become a trending topic for veterinarians.

In an interview at the Fetch dvm360® Conference in Kansas City, Missouri, Michelle Graziano, inside sales manager for Assisi Animal Health, discusses canine separation anxiety and why it has recently become a trending topic for veterinarians.

View the video for the full discussion. The following is a partial transcript:

Michelle Graziano: In the [United States], 1 in 7 dogs has separation anxiety and it has a huge impact on their quality of life and their long term well-being. And it’s also very stressful for the [pet] owners, who are often searching for solutions.

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