Dealing with noise issues
Noise can worsen separation anxiety, so leaving them alone in the house without silence can make the outside noise from anywhere more noticeable. This could make them exhibit extreme fear.
During these situations the pet becomes nervous and assuming that they are in danger. In order to that, they express barking, howling, trying to escape from the house, which might cause them self-injury and other house hold damages. Thus you can leave them a switched-on a radio or TV in a comfortable manner to counterbalance the outside noise.
Boredom is the main issue that is taking the pets into separation anxiety, this can be managed with physical work or exercise. Leaving them with their favourite toys and food to eat, could develop an environment to tackle with boredom and finally makes them to fall asleep.
Hide some toys and their favourite foods around the house, so that he can go for searching and digging them, once you leave out from the home. Make sure; to hide it in a safe and noticeable place so that they can find them easily but surprisingly. These type of physical activities are good for dealing with boredom, additionally they can take some rest or can go for nice sleep, through the end of the physical activity.