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Old November 25th 07, 12:49 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
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We have 4 month old cocka-poo. Excellent dog. But one problem. He chews on
anything plastic or by the side of any object next to where he is sitting.
He pulled off the eyes and noses of all stuffed animals given to him for
play. how to stop this behavior?


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Old November 26th 07, 10:08 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
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Give him toys made for DOGS not kids. Dog toys do not contain plastic eyes
and noses just for the reason you are having problems with.

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We have 4 month old cocka-poo. Excellent dog. But one problem. He chews
on
anything plastic or by the side of any object next to where he is sitting.
He pulled off the eyes and noses of all stuffed animals given to him for
play. how to stop this behavior?




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Old January 9th 08, 06:10 AM
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We have 4 month old cocka-poo. Excellent dog. But one problem. He chews on
anything plastic or by the side of any object next to where he is sitting.
He pulled off the eyes and noses of all stuffed animals given to him for
play. how to stop this behavior?
There are a lot of really great chewing toys your dog will enjoy a lot more than plastic. There are also interactive ones that require your dog to knock them over to dispense a treat. Also, make sure your pup is getting PLENTY of exercise- a bored dog is a destructive dog. Hope that helps

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