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    Default Ideas for puppies that chew everything

    Hi everyone I was hoping to get ideas for what you may have done for your chewing puppy.

    My naughty boy has been chewing the trailer wires on my partners boat 3 times now, electricity wires, chewed through his kennel, anything he can get his teeth into and destroy he will.

    It's causing a massive strain on my relationship with my partner as I was the one that wanted the dog he is taking it out on me!

    We walk him twice a day he has another dog with him to entertain him he's got toys outside to play with I don't know what to do any ideas?

    I have a 10month beagle puppy

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    It's your breed for starters. Beagles are naughty. I had one when I was a teen

    Get LOADS of kongs etc. do more training. He's bored. Are you out all day? What we do with our pointer is hide things. Make it a game. Frozen bones, kongs with treats. Is he desexed yet?

    Are u going to use him for hunting? Or just a home dog.

    Lots of questions sorry but this will determine a lot. You can always look at crate training. This is very successful

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    It's your breed for starters. Beagles are naughty. I had one when I was a teen

    Get LOADS of kongs etc. do more training. He's bored. Are you out all day? What we do with our pointer is hide things. Make it a game. Frozen bones, kongs with treats. Is he desexed yet?

    Are u going to use him for hunting? Or just a home dog.

    Lots of questions sorry but this will determine a lot. You can always look at crate training. This is very successful
    Hi Monnie

    Yes he is alone from about 7am until 3pm. We don't use him for hunting just as a pet I feel like he would go crazy in a crate!! Haha and yes we desexed him at 6months

    Thanks

    Ps I'm home today because I'm sick I've been watching him outside he doesn't know I'm inside and he's so well behaved!!!

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    Default Ideas for puppies that chew everything

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    $3 puppet from the reject shop maybe? Haha I just bought $20 worth of toys I might just try taking them away when we are home and giving them to him before we go out
    Last edited by sarah1502; 07-07-2015 at 15:17.


 

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