How to help your pandemic pets adjust to post-pandemic life

A woman wears a face mask as she walks around Normandale Lake with a dog.
A woman wears a face mask as she walks around Normandale Lake with a dog in April 2020 in Bloomington, Minn.
Jim Mone | AP Photo 2020

It could be a rough fall for Fido.

With animal owners working and often schooling at home during the pandemic, many pets have gotten used to having their humans around all the time. Now that offices and schools are reopening, all those pandemic pups might be in for a rough transition. 

So what should you do to get your pets ready for your absence? Host Kerri Miller got tips Thursday morning when she talks to two dog lovers and canine behaviorists.

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