"Sadie can now stay alone for hours without freaking out. We applied just a few tips from this course and it worked!"
Meggie, Sacramento

How to solve dog separation anxiety on your own - using the "confused dog" method that worked for 1000+ dogs of all breeds

Dear dog mum / dog dad,

Do you feel like a prisoner of your own dog?

Can't leave your house for more than an hour, because your dog freaks out, starts destroying things...

...And the howling makes your neighbours call the police.

You're stuck!

You became a real prisoner of this beautiful creature... and all you wanted was a friend.

And by now you've probably tried to find the solution on the Internet...

...only to find out thousands of opinions and "methods", leaving you confused and unsure of what to do...

And the worst thing you can do is trying to apply some anonymous "this worked for my dog" advice from the Internet, because this is what I've learned as a dog psychologist with 10+ years of experience:

Every dog is different. What worked for one, may not for another.

Here's how it should be done though:

First you need to perform some simple tests on your furry friend. These tests will show which kind of separation anxietyhe/she has. You also need to take into account the dog's age, breed, and any history of traumatic experiences if there is one.

With these findings, you're gonna know exactly what to do next... but more on that later.

And please do not just follow some general tips you read online, or heard from a friend... because they are probably not going to work, or can even make things worse.

So, listen:

There are only two ways to solve your dog's "home alone" anxiety.

The first one is to find a dog psychologist in your area who will thorougly examine your dog, perform tests to find the real causes of its anxiety, and then develop a specific program, tailor-made for your dog…

This is what I’ve been doing for the past 10 years… and I can honestly tell you it’s crazy expensive… can be 1000s of dollars…

But there is another way, much less expensive.

You see, last summer I quit my job as a dog psychologist and went out to a remote village in eastern France…

My goal was to create the most effective course on How to treat the Dog Separation Anxiety ever made.

The course that you can perform all by yourself, at home, without hiring expensive trainers… It took me months to wrap up everything…

And it works for (almost) every dog.

By “almost” I mean the following:

This course has been downloaded and perforemed by hundreds of dog owners all over the world… without my physical presence…

And here are the results:

dogs were cured completely
(can now stay alone for 24h)
dogs were cured partially
(can now stay alone for 6h)
showed no signficant
improvement in behaviour

This means only 3% of dogs did not respond to any of the methods from this course, which is very close to my success rate when I was working with the dog personally…

(by the way, these results were confirmed using remote monitoring of home alone dogs using Skype or some other software… I will also teach you how to set it up properly)

This course is now available for you:

I took the decade of my experience and compiled it into this easy-to-understand manual, that can be used by any dog owner at home...

This is an online course which means you can access it in minutes!..


This method works only if all the members of your household are involved.

This is like a “family conspiracy” against your dog, for his own good. Your son / daughter / spouse must all stick to the rules from this program. There are certain situations where you all must completely ignore the dog… and other when you must show him affection. It’s easy, but all of you must do it.

Consider this like a family theater show where all of you “stay in the role” for the spectator dog… it will be fun… and effective!

So what are the steps in this course?

First you are going to find out the causes of your dog’s separation anxiety. Every dog has a different combination of causes. The right treatment strategy is based on these findings.

Causes might include childhood traumas and genetics, but also some trivial things like a sudden change of your daily routine…

How to become the pack leader of your dog. Don’t laugh. Sometimes this thing alone can solve the dog’s home alone anxiety.

The idea behind this is simple: You want the dog to start recognizing you as the pack leader rather than a friend.

Why? Because a friend is missed, while the leader is respected. Or , as illustrated:

“Please don’t leave me buddy!”
“Ok boss, my job is to stay here for the next 6 hours, copy that!”

There are three levels of separation anxiety: mild, moderate and severe. You are going to perform certain tests to find out which state is your dog in. Your approach in rewiring the dog’s mind is different for every case.

How to test if you have a so-called velcro dog, which is a special case of a “spoiled dog” problem, rather than a true separation anxiety syndrome. In that case we apply a different strategy.

Perform checks to if your dog has developed a unique case of “stimulated” separation anxiety, where he or she is actually addicted to your attention when you try to “punish” him for doing something wrong.

More essential stuff

How desensitization really works. By know you’ve probably heard of “desensitization” of the dog as one of the solutions. Yes, it’s true. However, it is extremely important to perform it properly.

The “confused dog” method which is the secret ingredient of success. This method was developed by me personally and works even with the most severe cases.

Why over-attachment can’t be the true reason for separation anxiety. Don’t believe the folks who say “loving your dog too much” is the problem. This is a typical advice from an ignorant know-it-all. It’s not your fault!

How the right strategy depends on the breed of your dog. There are certain breeds that are more prone to develop separation anxiety, like the “molosser” dogs. Once again, this method works for all breeds, given the right strategy.

Yes, all of these fellows will respond. Do not worry :)

The false symptoms of separation anxiety. People mistakenly interpret some behaviour as SA. For example, if he’s barking when you’re in the toilet, he might think you want to play hide and seek, or something.

The barking is his voice, and it may mean anything from “pelase don’t leave me” to “let’s play”. I will teach you how to recognize the meaning using his body language.

How to stop him from chewing home items. This is one of the most common behaviours caused by separation anxiety. Punishing your dog for this is actually the worst, as it only amplifies his anxiety and escalates the problem to the next level.

Instead, I will show you how to solve this using a combination of specific interactive toys and items. We have some in our shop, but more on that later.

Also included is:

How to discover your dog’s home alone activities using remote monitoring software such as Skype…

Even better, where to buy the best remote dog camera feeders, that can speed up this program a lot.

(It is a device with camera that enables you to communicate with your dog over the smartphone and even release treats with the push of a button…)

How to change your departure routine, using the “confused dog” method (you’ll start seeing results in just a few days, if done properly)

Nutrition and role of food in treating SA. I know what you’re thinking: “Wait, what does the food have with it?” My answer: everything.

And I am not talking about the usual “give her a treat if she behaves well” stuff. This is really about nutrition; changing the diet can really alter dog’s behaviour as well.

Drugs or no drugs? This is the most common question I’ve got from my clients. Allow me to emphasize this topic with a special “red alert box”:


The pharma industry is making big bucks on dog separation anxiety, we’re talking about billions of dollars. So they’ll do their best to convince you that dog antidepressants, such as SSRIs or TCAS are the easiest solution to SA.

While those drugs may work at first, in just a few weeks things can go much worse - these medicals usually lead to increased aggression, dependance on drugs, and death. It is a one-way path to disaster.

So unless you would treat your crying kids by drugging them, please do not do it with your dog either.

However, for the most extreme cases where the dog nearly collapses from anxiety, I do recommend some temporary medicals.

TEMPORARY means that you should start applying my dog behaviour modification program together with those pills, and stop using them when the dog starts responding to the methods from this course. Please.

If you get your dog hooked on drugs, you’ll blow thousands of dollars in the long run. It’s easier and cheaper to alter the dog’s behaviour using my method.

And just a few more important things:

The role of toys in this program; You’ve probably heard of some interactive toys that can keep the dog’s attention while he/she’s alone… and you may have even tried some but without success…

Well, I am going to show you how to integrate those toys into the entire program, and which exact type of toys you need.

We have a narrow selection of interactive toys that are proven to work, but more on that later.

How to set up your home layout and define best confinement areas for the dog so that he/she can feel as safe as possible. This is like a “Feng Shui” for dogs.

Don’t worry, it’s just a few tweaks, you don’t have to rearrange your entire home!

How the dog separation vest can improve your dog’s sense of security when he’s alone. The dog separation vest is the latest invention in dog psychology (2017) and is available in our online store, anywhere in the world.

These are the dog owners who tried this course, play the video to see how it worked for them:

Do not take this course if…

The guidelines in this course will work. But if you are not ready to commit for the well-being of your dog (at least 15-30 mins a day for a few weeks), then please, do not take this course.

Your dog is a living being, not some fancy app in your smartphone. So don’t expect to just “push a few buttons” and solve the problem.

So, let’s sum it up:

- This course is exactly the same as if you were to hire the best dog psychologist in your area (1000s of dollars)

- Yes, you can perform it on your own, as I described every step so it can be understood by non-professionals

- It works for around 97% of dogs (based on feedback from 400+ people who purchased this course online so far)

- If it does not work, I offer a full money back guarantee - refund!


If, for some reason, your dog does not respond to the methods from this course, you have the full right to get your money back in 60 days.

It rarely happens, but if it does, just send me an email and ask for a refund.

You don’t have to explain anything.

You can purchase this course for only $37, which is really nothing, compared to the fact that a dog psychologist can cost from $100 an hour…

The course is in e-book format so you can start reading it in your tablet, laptop, or phone in the next five minutes.

So, here is the course:

Dog separation anxiety - The course
Step by step instructions to solve your dog’s separation anxiety, delivered to your Inbox within 5 minutes.



DISCLAIMER: SeparationAnxiety.dog is a digital product. Image above is for visualization purposes only.

Let me repeat once again that you have a full

60-day money back guarantee

If for some weird reason your dog belongs to those 3% that won’t respond to the behaviour altering methods from this program.

So there you have it. As I said earlier, your only alternative to this would be to hire a professional dog psychiatrist…

…and just one hour of training would cost twice as much as this entire program… which contains the full course.

And please, if you’re too lazy to do anything… just do not sedate your dog with drugs… you will turn the poor fellow into an addicted junkie of the dog pharma industry…

Thank you.


P.S If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at info@separationanxiety.dog.

DISCLAIMER: Drew Danby is a pen name and brand name of SeparationAnxiety.dog