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  • Hi Kristin. Often dogs do not interact with mums and their pups as the mums are very protective so please consider getting a friend for her as soon as the babies are all homes or consider keeping one of her pups. You need to start leaving her on her own as often as possible in a day, but they must be quick sessions starting with 10 minutes and getting longer each time. Pretend to go out, do whatever you would normally do but do not say goodbye to her... just walk out as if you are on a mission. Drive around the block and come back 10 minutes later. Do not greet her, just walk in and give her a little piece of biltong and as soon as she is calm, say hello to her.
    Repeat this excercise every couple of hours. She is suffering from separation anxiety and it is only getting worse. Let me know how this goes.
    Answered by Bernice Jaffe - 4 Years ago
    Bernice Jaffe
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