Waverly is generally a good pup with her off days. But all in all she is great. But I've noticed if I leave the room she is in she screams at the top of her lungs. And I do believe this is my own fault. I work from home and have severe social anxiety so rarely leave my house. But I do have to leave sometimes and since she is not a fully trained service dog yet she has to stay home. And this will also hinder her ability to be a service dog if I have to go to the hospital or somewhere she isn't allowed. According to her SD trainer, she is the perfect prospect. I've emailed them about this behavior but will not hear anything back until Monday. It isn't just if I leave the house. If I walk out of eyeline she screams. And she does not stop screaming. My mom is staying with me currently. I had a Dr. appointment and left Waverly with her. She screamed from the time I left until the second I walked through the door and I was gone for hours. She did it so long she lost her voice. I was extremely worried. No amount of consoling from my mom helped. I've tried leaving for a few seconds and not giving her time to start crying and treating when she is quiet. But she literally starts the very second she does not see me. Do I just do a quick step out of sight and pop back in the room since hers is almost instant? This is something I have no idea how to train. All of my other dogs just did not care if I left as long as they had something to do. She ignores toys, kongs, everything.