DON’T LET YOUR PET SUFFER THE BACK-TO-SCHOOL BLUES!
SEAACA Provides Smart and Practical Tips to Help Beloved Animals Stay Happy and Secure as Families Head Back to School
Dogs, cats and other pets can suffer separation anxiety, especially during the fall. As kids start a new academic year, pets around the country may need help adjusting from a freewheeling summer of fun and a house full of people to lonely days waiting for children to return from school or adults to come home from work. For these situations, SEAACA (Southeast Area Animal Control Authority; www.seaaca.org) has created a list of behaviors to look for as well as solutions to help alleviate the back-to-school blues.