How to stop a dog from chewing

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The good thing is that there are some tips on how to stop a dog from chewing that are available which can be very helpful to a dog owner who is experiencing this with their dog.

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How to stop a dog from chewing

  1. 1. How to Stop a Dog from Chewing<br />
  2. 2. There are many dogs that usually have the <br />behavior of chewing just about anything they <br />come across. The good thing is that there are <br />some tips on how to stop a dog from chewing<br />that are available which can be very helpful to a <br />dog owner who is experiencing this with their <br />dog.<br />
  3. 3. Most of the time it is not the dog’s fault<br />especially if the dog is in the learning process of <br />knowing what is good and bad. The owner <br />should therefore understand this clearly and <br />look for ways of avoiding these instances.<br />
  4. 4. One of the things that should be done when it <br />comes to this is to remove all the things that <br />might be tempting to the dog. For puppies it is <br />usually difficult to control themselves and if they <br />find anything around they will want to chew <br />which at times may cause bad destructions.<br />
  5. 5. There are a number of bitter chewing sprays <br />that are deterrent available in the market and <br />these can also be very helpful on how to stop a <br />dog from chewing. This basically puts a bad <br />taste on the dog’s mouth which will stop dog <br />from chewing without harming in any particular <br />way.<br />
  6. 6. For those dogs that are teething offering toys <br />can be the best solution to stop dog chewing<br />behavior because the gums and teeth are <br />usually irritating. <br />
  7. 7. There are other toys that are usually freezable<br />and this can also be helpful especially in <br />relieving the teething pain that a dog might be <br />experiencing and it will also distract the dog <br />from chewing other objects.<br />
  8. 8. It is also important to ensure that the dog is<br />well stimulated in different times so as to avoid <br />boredom and loneliness since this is usually the <br />reason as to most dogs chewing problems. The <br />dog should also be trained on a daily basis which <br />will ensure that they are well exercised both <br />physically and mentally to avoid biting.<br />
  9. 9. Discover more tips on how to stop your dog from chewing:<br />http://www.howtostopadogfromchewing.org/<br />

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