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You know you own a chewaholic dog when you find teeth marks all over your furniture and everything is the equivalent of a chew toy from your dog's perspective. Chewing is a natural, instinctual behavior in dogs that may be particularly destructive and costly when your furniture is the victim.
Sometimes no matter what you do, your dog does not stop chewing your furniture and you may be worried he may choke or swallow large pieces.
While you may have many good reasons for protecting your furniture from your dog's relentless chewing, it is also your responsibility to provide your dog with appropriate items he can actually chew.
If you want to stop your pup chewing her way through everything you own you're going to have to be pro-active.
One of the first steps towards putting an end to the destruction, is to start by taking a walk in your puppy's boots!


It's exactly what it says, a bitter-tasting spray that's been specifically formulated to discourage puppy chewing behavior.
If your puppy or dog is redecorating your new home with unsightly teeth marks, you need to go to the root of the problem.
Make sure you set your dog for success by leaving around plenty of chew toys so he will be less likely to be attracted to the furniture.
Twisting a clean, wet rag into a stick-like shape and then freezing it can help relieve your puppy's sore gums.
Spray the mixture on the surfaces of the furniture you are concerned about and trying to protect.
With plenty of enticing toys around and furniture tasting awful, your dog can ultimately only make good choices.


Some dogs may soon forget the event and go back to chew the furniture in no time, while others may never go near it again.
After repeated exposure, most dogs will give up chewing the furniture sooner than later, especially if you are careful enough to apply the repellent often.



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