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    Mollee is about 1 1/2 yrs old. Im sure she is like every one elses bully, she chewed/chews on everything. I think I have spent the same (if not more) amount of money on replacing things she has chewed as for her. She loves my husbands shoes. She doesn't chew on my stuff but loves all of his stuff including playstation remotes, hats, head phones, cords, anything that is his for the most part. Its funny that its only his stuff she does this to, but im just wondering will it ever stop????

    The cutest part is when i catch her doing it. She has that guilty look on her face and puts her ears back. So i know she knows she shouldn't be doing it. Im sure you all know that look. LOL!!!! I do tell her "NO NO, what is this?" but she just looks at me innocently. If I see her looking this way i know she has done something, i just gotta find it. She tells on herself. She does have plenty of toys too.

    Just wondering if it will stop??????


    Thanks!!!


    (oh!!! I forgot to mention her bed!!!! She cant have it during the day because she tears it up!!! GRRRRRR!!!!! She even recently tore up a kong bed. LOL!!! Shouldn't she know not to do that???? She had "the look" everytime we see what she has done to her bed, stuffing covering the entire kitchen floor)

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    There is a certain Bully here...he is near and dear to my heart. But he is a DESTROYER! You name it..he has chewed it. But he likes to swallow what he eats! yup..that he is my JAKE!

    I feel your pain..Jake can't have a bed unless it's bedtime...and we are with him!

    Im thinking..maybe she eats your hubby's things because like most he's...he leaves things laying around! In that case..It's HIS fault! Not sweet innocent Mollee!!





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    LOL!!! I have told him it's his fault. He's good hearted about it, no other choice. Hehe!! Im so glad Im not the only one that cant leave a bed out but at bedtime. That really made me feel better.

    She's torn up 5 and they arent cheap. One was while we were in the living room and she was supposed to be sleeping. But no more for her during the day now.

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    I have to "bully proof" the house. Bedroom and bathroom doors are closed. Anything in the vicinity is free game for him, so I put everything up (hopefully) out of paw reach. Thankfully he's not a furniture chewer but he does love socks, clothes, remotes....etc.

    Best of luck to you. Otis is 11 months and I dont know as if he'll ever grow out of it but I'm
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    Mine too, they eat everything in sight. Shoes, kids toys, socks, grass, rocks, sticks, paper, paper towel, garbage, remotes, leashes, candy, bird seed, clothes, towels, crate beds, stuffed toys, and even the plastic crate tray. They can't have any of this stuff. Lol. I am convinced they are billy goats, or bully goats. Lol. The only toys they are allowed to have are Kong toys, and they have to be big so they can't swallow them.
    LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.

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    OK, this will pretty much sum it up for you.

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    Default Re: Mollee's Mischief

    Amber has plenty of toys but prefers the good stuff: most recently curtains, toliet paper, trash bins, oww hair brushes, the Christmas tree branches (next year we are going for a poster of a tree on the wall), the mop head, broom, toliet brush or any brush for that matter (keeps her busy for hours), dolls, books, notebooks, anything she can get hold of and take with her. We bully proof the house everyday and at least twice a week we lose the tolliet paper because our daughter forgets to shut the bathroom door. We have came in the house to her running around in circles having a good old time with the shower curtain. She is a year old and isn't slowing down too much; good luck.

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    Hahaha...I just read my life in six posts

    Sancho eats EVERYTHING. I think the goat reference is fitting. Whether it's rocks, leaves, sprinkler heads, socks, cushions, remotes, cup holders, shoes, hats, toilet paper, receipts (), boxes, rolls of wrapping paper, tape, spiders, wallets, sunglasses...whatever it is, if it's in reach, it's fair game. Knock on wood, he hasn't yet realized furniture is chewable (other than digging the cup holders out of our leather sofa and chewing them up into a thousand pieces).

    I don't know that it ever ends, maybe slows down as they get older, though. Or maybe that's just my wishful thinking

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    Quote Originally Posted by lacee View Post
    Mollee is about 1 1/2 yrs old. Im sure she is like every one elses bully, she chewed/chews on everything. I think I have spent the same (if not more) amount of money on replacing things she has chewed as for her. She loves my husbands shoes. She doesn't chew on my stuff but loves all of his stuff including playstation remotes, hats, head phones, cords, anything that is his for the most part. Its funny that its only his stuff she does this to, but im just wondering will it ever stop????

    The cutest part is when i catch her doing it. She has that guilty look on her face and puts her ears back. So i know she knows she shouldn't be doing it. Im sure you all know that look. LOL!!!! I do tell her "NO NO, what is this?" but she just looks at me innocently. If I see her looking this way i know she has done something, i just gotta find it. She tells on herself. She does have plenty of toys too.

    Just wondering if it will stop??????


    Thanks!!!


    (oh!!! I forgot to mention her bed!!!! She cant have it during the day because she tears it up!!! GRRRRRR!!!!! She even recently tore up a kong bed. LOL!!! Shouldn't she know not to do that???? She had "the look" every time we see what she has done to her bed, stuffing covering the entire kitchen floor)
    Beds - the only kind not readily eaten by my crew are the pseudo lamb's fleece crate mats. They ate a Cong bed - destroyed the zipper. Forget anything with fluffy filling it's all over the house when I come home. Foam - chunks everywhere but they had fun. another nice thing about the sheep fleece is that they are easy to wash and dry. That keeps them nice and un-smelly. I just rotate them out when necessary. I can get 4 in the washer at once too. You \can get them pretty inexpensively from Amazon. Creates are cheap there too. I just bought 4 36"ers with 3 doors and a METAL tray for under 50 bucks each including shipping

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    So so good to know I am not alone. I have to watch Duke's every move for fear of what he is chewing next. He swallowed a sock a couple of weeks back, and I was stricken with instant panic! After lurking around the forum for answers, talking to my vet, and worrying myself half to death, he finally threw it up three days later!

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    Default Re: Mollee's Mischief

    Moe went through a period about that age where we lost sooo many shoes... thankfully he grew out of it as he got closer to 2. I remember taking someone's advice, probably from here, to be obviously sad when you discover such damage, and they pick up on that, so I tried that... perhaps the acting worked, or he just grew out of it, I'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidh View Post
    OK, this will pretty much sum it up for you.


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