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Some dog never "out grow" chewing up things and as a pet owner that is one of the risks that we assume...Why are they getting rid of it? Would be a better question.
 

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The chewing may never stop. My dogs all still chew and they are about 3 years. What exactly is he chewing?
 

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My neighbours dog used to do this, due to seperation anxiety. I would crate him during the day when you aren't home to prevent this from happening at your house.

If you decide NOT to crate him and he continues....my boyfriend is a plasterer so he could fix the walls for you! lol
 

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peeblerelf said:
My neighbours dog used to do this, due to seperation anxiety. I would crate him during the day when you aren't home to prevent this from happening at your house.

If you decide NOT to crate him and he continues....my boyfriend is a plasterer so he could fix the walls for you! lol
Thanks that would be nice! thanks But i think its a bit to far for him.! manchester uk.Ha! ha! thanks maggs
 

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Harley is a world class chewer, and showing no signs of slowing down :roll: . She absolutely has to be crated when I'm not home. I can't even leave her in the yard, she started eating the vinyl siding off the house. I have a few suggestions from a trainer,feel free to PM me.
 

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OH! Something that helps it lots of chew toys!! I keep chewies in a basket and offer her new one all the time.
 
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