Good job for checking into the Vet to see if it has anything to do with his health. Please let us know how that goes and the results!
That's what i would do as it seems to be a sudden thing after 3 years of having him!
Hopefully they can figure out what is going on.
As for now, i would ignore him when you come home, keep your back toward him and your hands away from him, completely ignoring-no talking. And offer your attention when he is laying down and ignoring you and then ask him to come over and give him attention. See if that helps. Because it seems to be the same scenario that he acts up, when you come home right? So avoiding that scenario until you can figure out the actual reason, might be a good idea- at least that is what i would do!
Mom of: "Zelda"
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Born: December 15, 2012
In my Care: May 01, 2013