What does one do for a dog who has seperation anxiety, but not at home? Grimm is perfectly behaved when I leave him at home. He is allowed free run of the apartment and does not bark, destroy things, or go potty inside. However, he does get SA when he is left somewhere other then my home. He ruined my Drivers Lisence and Debit Card last week, as well as my nephews slippers, when he was left closed in a back bedroom (with Argon for company) at my mothers. The boys and I spend a day or two there every other week or so, so this was a fairly familiar place to him. I was willing to excuse that as a fluke, but I left him at daycare, which is the same place I work at and he goes to 6 days a week, while I was at the blood center for three hours the other day, and he stood at the fence and cried the entire time. This is a dog who loves playing in a group and has zero problems when I am there with him. I've switched the playyard that I am responsible for, so another staff member has control of him when I work. He can still see and hear me, but I do nothing for him and he must listen to my coworker. He does fine when I am there. He's going to be spending a weekend at my mothers, without me, in a week, so I need some suggestions to make things less stressful for him. He will have to be crated, which he knows how to do, but what else can I do to help his problem in general?