Mom breaks down when camera reveals what her dog does home alone all day!
Camera reveals what her dog does
Although a majority of pet owners leave their animals home alone at some point during the week, we’re always left wondering what they’re doing while we’re away — especially when you know they have separation anxiety. The clip you’re about to see reveals what happened when a few concerned families teamed up with pet experts to find out what their dogs do when they’re home alone, and how they could solve the problem.
The video is a bunch of hidden cameras filming some dogs reactions when they are left alone. Some of us have dogs that are okay when left alone. I personally thought mine was okay, but after watching this I had few doubts if my dog was completely okay when he is left alone. One couple, Nancy and Alex, rigged cameras in their home to film the behavior of their dog, Max. When they played back the footage, they were heartbroken. Max cries and howls the day away, longing for Nancy and Alex to return. Professor Daniel Mills with the University of Lincoln suggests the right brain of dogs is associated of negative emotions. When positive things happen, the left brain will heat up.
Dogs hate to be left alone!
Dogs hate to be left alone, all dogs with no exception. If you trained your dog to behave while you are outdoors not to mess up with anything in your house, still doesn’t mean that on the inside your dog is anxious and wants you back home as soon as possible with him. Dogs are very social creatures, that is why they always love companies and to be with family. They are happiest when the people they love and care for. The most important lesson we are learning today is try not to leave your dog alone for long hours. Your dog gets so exhausted physically and emotionally when you do.