Back-to-school time affects pets, too; here's how to prepare

08/24/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As children go back to school, household routines change and pets are left alone more often, potentially sparking separation anxiety, according to animal behavior specialist Katherine Miller. Separation anxiety in pets may manifest as behavioral changes including barking, urinating and defecating in the house and otherwise causing damage, but Miller says there are strategies that can help avert these behaviors as school resumes.

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