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#1 of 2 Old 03-27-2012, 12:23 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My four year old dog does not chew on stuffed animals or other toys until today. My kids were just given a large wooden activity center that is 1.5 ft by 3 feet and about a foot tall and made out of balsa wood? The first thing my dog did was run up to it sniffing and give it a few play bows and then tried chewing on the corner! Most of our toys are wooden but she has never tried chewing on them before. Do any essential oils work to prevent chewing? I would hate to have to leave her crated whenever we run errands without her...

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i cant think of any offhand, my dogs will eat anything (including hot sauce lol), is it possible to just move the playcentre when you leave the house?


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