New data challenges the belief that dogs are less likely to show separation anxiety if they live with another canine companion!
- Most dogs showed low vocal and physical activity, independent of time being alone at home.
- Physical activity was higher when more than one dog was in the household, primarily in the first hour of separation.
- Male dogs in multi-dog households were more likely to bark and vocalize than were canines in single dog households.
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