you want to make sure that the "attachment" to you is healthy , not insecurity based .
He does not need to be glued to your every movement in the house .
When you leave the house don't make a big scene , a big emotional goodbye -- have another family member distract the dog in another room so that the dog is not even aware that you have left . Do not prime the dog for separation anxiety.
Then your family can let you know if the dog behaved the same way going nuts crying at the door or window .
If you want healthy attachment , get the dog into training, take the dog for a walk - do things with the dog so that he looks forward to being with you .
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