• Distress through barking, howling or whining
  • Defecating and/or urinating inappropriately
  • Vomiting and diarrhoea
  • Hyper salivation
  • Depression
  • Aggression
  • Under of over-eating 
  • Digging
  • Fence jumping, squeezing through, or pushing over
  • Destruction through scratching at doors or windowsills, chewing on doorframes

Be Resourceful:

Solutions you can try to deal with Separation Anxiety

How To Make Your Home Calming for Anxious Pets

What triggers separation anxiety?

Join our exclusive PetCloud Facebook Pet Sitters Group to get support and tips from other Sitters and the PetCloud team

At your wit's end? We're here to help.

Call our Support Team: 1300 66 77 85

Email our Support Team: service@petcloud.com.au