22 April 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Help Your Small Dog Cope with Going Back to Work

Sometimes our dogs can experience depression when we return to work, but there are ways we can help them become happier, and well-adjusted. Follow Me on Pinterest

Sometimes our dogs can experience depression when we return to work, but there are ways we can help them become happier, and well-adjusted.

“Don’t go! I’ll miss you. Woof!”

There are times in our lives when seasons change. Perhaps your children have gone off to college, or a new opportunity for your career has arrived. We can make adjustments to these changes, but so do our fur babies. Here are a few ways to help your small dog cope with going back to work, which will ease them into the new situation.

 

 

Help Your Small Dog Cope with Going Back to Work

I don’t know about you, but I hate Monday mornings! After a weekend of hiking and playing with my dog, Charlie, it’s hard to get back into the workweek routine and even harder to leave her sad face behind when I head out the door.

 

Honestly, though, I think Charlie hates Mondays more than me. How can I tell? Well, Saturday morning she’s awake before me with a big smile on her face and can’t wait to get out and have some adventures, but Monday morning she won’t get out of bed, and when she does, her head is hanging low and she looks so sad.  Read more about Dogs and Work Schedules in 5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Happy When You Go Back to Work here.

If your beloved fur friend is feeling sad it’s good to know that you can help your small dog cope with going back to work. Just by making a few simple adjustments such as a new play routine or extra time to give them attention can make all the difference to them.

What about you?

What steps did you take to help your dog when you returned to work?

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