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Chewing, Chewing, Chewing

Discussion in 'Puppies 101' started by MissyGallant, Mar 13, 2017.

  1. MissyGallant

    MissyGallant Premium Member

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    Rocket chews more than any other puppy I've ever owned. He really loves my cookbooks and chords. So, this weekend, we replaced a phone charger. And everyone got a chewy treat. Yesterday, the chewy treats were gone, so he was back at the cookbooks. He completely ignores DH when he tries to correct him. So, I stopped him twice. The third time, DH got up and grabbed him saying, "Your Puppy. This is Your Puppy." He sat him down on my lap and Rocket took a nap.
     
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  2. Cleo2014

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    Relic has been an avid chewer. I have to make sure he has something safe to chew on at night while settling down for bed. I forgot one night and woke up to hearing a ripping noise and a nice lovely hole in my comforter that I rolled down to the end of the bed. I also blocked him into the kitchen when he was younger and he chewed the corner of one of my cabinets. Cleo was never this bad. So I always, even to this day, make sure he is occupied with something. Or the trouble begins...
     
  3. Shelby's mom

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    Shelby was a big chewer too. Her thing was anything wood. The arms of a chair, a curio cabinet, floor molding, even the wall (through her crate). She was very challenging to say the least. And very stubborn, she could have cared less if you caught her in the act nor did she care if you were made at her. She would just give you a look like "get over it, no big deal".

    We would always make sure she had something safe to chew at night when it was time to settle. I must say now that she will be 7 in a few weeks she is a perfect well behaved pup. I think she was put here to teach us to be patient and not sweat the small things.
     
  4. MissyGallant

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    The funny thing about Rocket is that he only ignores DH. If I say NO, then he stops. DH says No, and ignore it, ignore it, ignnnnnnore it. We put him in his pen last night at betime, and I leaned over to tell him goodnight, and it was wiggles, wiggles. DH tried to get at least one wiggle, nope, not happening.
     
  5. Caro

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    Sooo glad I've never had a big chewer. Unless you count my Burmese cat who has pica and is the reason I've covered every wire in the house.
     
  6. ferg

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    Chip chewed everything, he also ate everything including the fringe on two oriental rugs. Wife finally just cut the fringe off small enough that it wasn't fun anymore I guess.
    Laddie is "BORED" most of the time. I had put a clothes basket with clean towels and wash clothes in it on the floor in the bedroom. One red cloth he absolutely could not leave alone. That evening wife and I both went to sleep early, yep! he chewed a hole right through the middle. Reading the Sunday paper this morning I was ignoring both. I had a pile of toys at my feet.
    Laddie can get over his "Puppy Hood" anytime now. lol
     

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