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b-rab2
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How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture

I need some ideas.. he's a young pup only 10 months old. When I catch him, he knows he's not supposed to but he still does it when I'm not watching.. Anything I can put on it? like hot sauce or something


DrTyger
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
Spray either some bitter cherry spray or cayenne pepper spray on it.


kengel2
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
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cayenne pepper spray on it.


Or put it on his nose when you see him. Immediately, not five minutes after, so keep it handy. You can also put the powder in holes they are digging.


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ZacAttack
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
Mine would always just lick the hot sauce, pepper, cayenne pepper whatever off and keep on going. Guess it depends on how sensitive your dog is. Shock collar is the best way, give him a little buzz when he chews on the furniture.


Geauxtiga
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
triple
This post was edited on 9/30 at 6:56 pm


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Geauxtiga
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
double post
This post was edited on 9/30 at 6:55 pm


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Geauxtiga
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
Put him outside.

If you keep him outside for a few weeks he'll learn there's another place to piss and crap too.


ZacAttack
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
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Put him outside


Not sure how this is going to stop the dog from chewing on outdoor furniture


b-rab2
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
I hope thats not the case.. we're going to give it a try..


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mark65mc
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
Try clear dish soap.


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Geauxtiga
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
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Not sure how this is going to stop the dog from chewing on outdoor furniture
Duh, sorry. Not sure how I missed that.


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hardhead
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
Judge to face











Sorry. Had to.


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Nascar Fan
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
Give coot a call


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drbaseball
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
Spray his butthole with red pepper spray and also spray the furniture, he will eventually eat out his own butthole instead of your furniture... Works every time


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Cracker
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re: How to keep your dog from chewing on your wooden outdoor furniture
He's bored run his arse off every morning my last pup I think I lost like 15 lbs because I had to walk run her arse off


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