New dog, he'5, freaks when left alone by me, but seems fine when my husband leves him alone
That means he loves you more than your husband. He's freaking out because he's having separation anxiety.
Any suggestions? He ate a hole in the door today. I was gone for half an hour. If husband leaves last he's okay the entire work day.
Ate a hole in your door? Wow...I've not raised dogs, but I'd suggest kennel/crate training. I've heard from experienced dog owners that its the way to go. You can google the details
Has eaten his way out of two different crates.
You may want to revert to a metal crate that he can't chew his way out of, and begin kennel training
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