Hope for dogs with separation related problems

New research being undertaken by staff at the School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln, hopes to simplify treatment for dogs with separation related problems.

Does your dog get distressed when left alone?

If so, the Animal Behaviour, Cognition and Welfare group from the School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln, is offering an amazing opportunity for your dog to take part in a study which hopes to simplify the treatment of this common and complicated problem. Previous research indicates that up to 80% of dogs improve with a generic treatment plan, which the School is now making more specific and simpler for owners.

Could your dog benefit from our research?

Could your dog benefit from our research?

 

If you and your dog would like to take part in this exciting study where the most recent treatment techniques will be applied over eight weeks, then the School of Life Sciences would like to hear from you. You will need to be able to bring your dog to the University of Lincoln at a select number of times during this period, however, the treatment offered is free of charge.

For more details, please contact Luciana S. de Assis: lassis@lincoln.ac.uk