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Separation Anxiety in Dogs (1753 words)
The probability that a dog would have separation anxiety given that it had noise phobia was high (0.88) and approximately the same as the probability it would have separation anxiety given that it had thunderstorm phobia (0.86).
Separation anxiety was diagnosed in 14 cases: presenting complaints included destruction, vocalisation and escaping in the absence of the owner; four cases also exhibited noise phobia.
Age differences were apparent among the 3 groups in relation to when the dogs were obtained, and the separation anxiety group was different from at least one of the other groups in the age when first obtained, the age the owners first noticed the problem, and the age of behavioral examination.
Wisconsin DETF - Separation Benefits (324 words)
A separation benefit is a lump sum payment of the employee contributions in your retirement account plus accumulated interest.
To be eligible for a separation benefit you must be terminated from all WRS employment and be under age 55 when you apply (age 50 for protective category employees).
If you take a separation benefit and later return to WRS employment you may be eligible to purchase the service you forfeited, but the cost may be considerably higher than the amount you withdrew.
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