I have a a 6 month old female cavapoo that I feel may have seperation anxiety

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My cavapoo is showing severe signs of seperation anxiety i.e if I leave the room for more than a minute she starts howling and scratching quite manically at the door. I have bought sooo many kongs, to distract her while I leave. And while they do a good job for maybe a few minutes, once she eats the treats out of them, she realises I'm not there and she starts crying.

I share the house with some flatmates, who while I have had to nip out to the shops she can be with, but she still cries. The last time I was gone for an hour and a half, she just sat outside my room and cried for the whole time I was gone, even though there were other people in the house.

I have tried to do some training with her i.e, leave the room for 30 seconds, then increasing it to a minute to desensitise her, but it doesnt seem to be working that much. One day she could be okay for a minute, and then the next she can't last 30 seconds without crying.

I take her on two walks every day to hopefully tire her out and get that extra energy out, but it still doesn't seem to affect her when I am leaving.

I am just really concerned with Covid-19, that I have the luxury of working from home, however that when things hopefully return to normal that she will be really bad when I have to leave longer than a few hours.

Does anyone have any advice?

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