Friday, October 21, 2011

SUGGESTIONS?

Well, Bode has moved on from cell phones to tv remotes.  We try to keep them out of reach but sometimes one gets left on the end table...




And just so you know, he has LOTS of things to chew on.  These are the toys/bones I found in just one room this morning...



Suggestions? 

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6 comments:

Maria Rose said...

Forgive and love?

EJN said...

When Rory - our snotty kitty, steals food from the counter, I just tell myself,"My family loves him, he brings us joy because he's so lovey--eventhough he a degenerate."

Anna said...

Oh no! :(

I bought some stuff that tastes bitter to put on stuff that I didn't want Sophie to chew.

Another, option is to get a spray bottle and fill it with water, when he tries to bite something you don't want him to get into, you give him a little spray. This is how we got Sophie to stay away from wall outlets and cords.

Good luck!

emmy said...

Wipe down what you don't want him to have in vinegar. The smell alone will keep him away, but won't be toxic to him if he does decide to chew on it.

Petra said...

Reverse psychology. Put all your important gadgets where his toys are and put all his toys where you'd leave important stuff. JK! Try the vinegar. We had a dog just like that, except he also scavenged things from the neighbors. He finally outgrew it after about two years. Blessings!

Victoria said...

I know they are yucky, but we had much success with cow hooves...i know, yuck. I agree with Petra's idea as well...and wishing for his 18 month birthday to hurry and get here!

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