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by Vanessa A.
Indiana, 5 months
Our six month old Aussie Indiana likes to chew, but it's not on furniture, shoes, etc... it's on mommy & daddy's hand and arm! We have continually tried to get her to replace our body with her chew toys by giving her a toy every time she starts to get chewy with us.
We keep her very active, constantly outside playing and going for walks. She can't possibly be bored! Why can we not break her of this chewing habit of hers? It makes it very difficult to sit down and play with her when every time she ends up in her lap, we end up with her teeth in our arms!
Note from Anton: Daniel Stevens' program deals with dog biting and chewing. Here's the link.