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My husband and I have a 12 week old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. We picked him up 3 weeks ago.
In so many ways he has been great, good with kids, the car, other dogs, picking up on the toilet training, and sleeping in his crate at night.
I've wanted this puppy for ten years, we have our own home and no other responsibilities. I have a job which would be considered high stress, I love a challenge and am a very resilient person but this puppy has almost ruined me.
The barking and crying when he wants something or is left in his own alone trigger such anxiety and stress. I feel like he's never going to be okay on his own and I'm a terrible dog parent.
I've been off work for three weeks settling him in. I've been making sure he gets used to alone time, being in his crate etc but he still protests quite a bit having alone time during the day.
I'm heading back to work on Monday so we will be home alone for a few hours at time and I'm hoping it will help my sanity and his adjustment.
At this point I don't even think I have a question, I guess I'm just hoping for some reassurance that he's just being a puppy and one day, with patience and perseverance I'll have a good wee doggo.
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