Are there any Tips to Prevent Puppy Separation Anxiety?

Here is a question from Victoria asking other Boston Terrier owners their advices about puppy potty training and separation anxiety.

She says : “Yesterday we got a 3 month old Boston Terrier. Since then she has peed quite a few times, but only does it when we leave the room. When she’s alone i can hear her whining and barking from the other room and when i go check on her i’m always greeted by a puddle of pee in her crate. The problem is that i want to potty train her, but since she doesn’t ‘go’ in my presence i can neither praise her for doing it in the right place nor scold her for the opposite. Also I don’t want to stay in the same room as her 24/7, as she might develop separation anxiety next week when i start work. I tried wetting her pad a little with some urine to lure her into peeing there but it doesn’t seem to work. How do i make her pee while i’m watching and are there any tips for preventing separation anxiety?”

Does anyone have any advices and/or experiences?
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