Ok. My 1 year old dog has SO much energy. Seperation anxiety is what the vet calls it. She must be touching you every minute you are home. Checked into the Doggie Daycare. Friend brings her dog there. Thought I would try this one day a week, maybe it will help her "seperate". As the day was coming (a non work day) I was feeling guilty about bringing and leaving her there. Was thinking maybe 1/2 day for the first day. THEN...I had a pound of hamburger frozen, thawing out on the counter. Brought difficult child to school and when I got home I saw the tin foil, the shredded saran wrap...and the entire pound of hamburger gone! She has gotten other things like a sandwich, even a steak that was on the counter. This was it. I was GLAD she was going the next day. We didn't quite know how she was getting these things, thought she was jumping up and knocking it down. (she is a jumper. All four paws right off the ground like she is on a trampoline) Then, that very same night I brought easy child to work. difficult child heard a noise in the kitchen and SHE...Kenzie...was ON the counter. All four paws. Took her to daycare the following morning. Hung around and viewed her on the "doggie Cam" Went home and viewed her one time on the "doggie cam". When we went back to get her we noticed she was in an isolated area, the kennel area and all other dogs were out. They told me she was "rude" so she was given a time out. I asked how long she had been in there. They said they rotated throughout the day. I asked what it was she did. They said she was nipping at the legs of the other dogs. Not viciously (sp?) playfully. I see her do that at home with Chloe. When she is playing. They both do it. When we got home I opened the car door and she ran to the door of the house scratching the door. (usually tries to visit the neighbor dog). Opened the door and she went and drank about 1/2 bowl of water!! I am wondering if they gave her any water?? She did not eat her dinner that night, she did not eat her breakfast the next day. That food sat a good 24 hours. Do you think she should continue? Did she deserve the isolation? Does she need to learn? I am really hesitant about returning. And, yes, I called the vet about the pound of frozen hamburger. I was told to watch both dogs for vomiting and poops. I would WANT to see that happen. If it did not happen then I need to bring them a stool sample from each dog in 5 days to check for parasites. Friend said not to do that. Would you?