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New Drug May Ease Pets' Separation Anxiety

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New Drug May Ease Pets' Separation Anxiety

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New Drug May Ease Pets' Separation Anxiety

New Drug May Ease Pets' Separation Anxiety

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The Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug to treat dogs' separation anxiety. The drug, Reconcile, is meant to help those who need to leave their pets alone for extended periods and are suffering the consequences. Pet counselor Kay Cox talks with Alex Chadwick about separation anxiety in dogs.

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