To treat or not to treat . . .

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Fred R
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To treat or not to treat . . .

Post by Fred R » Sat Jul 23, 2016 6:02 am

Since Ruby ignores all and any of her favourite treats put out for her when left alone (max. 3 hrs) I now no longer bother, especially since she always smartly disappears upstairs as soon as she sees me preparing treats. Since she doesn't bark or whine when left alone I just don't know about any stress levels. Does she just "suffer in silence" with high stress levels or does she settle down and relax until her human returns? There are no signs of messing or destructive behaviour during my absence. Any views? :please.gif:

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Re: To treat or not to treat . . .

Post by sweetpea » Sat Jul 23, 2016 10:19 am

I would say she is happy and must feel really settled with you :goodjob.gif:
Dont worry xxxxx

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