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How to get dog to stop chewing bed covers

I have a young, sweet, well mannered, very affectionate, very active and loving. It is a labrador, and he was born in July 2015.

My wife and I adopted him about a month before his first birthday. We are very happy with him. He has never been aggressive or destructive to anything except the bed covers when he is home. I have a king-sized bed, and we bought a second dog bed for him because he likes to chew up the bed covers at night.

I have been to pet stores, and have seen the dog beds in every shape and size, including the ones for cats and kittens. I have looked for ways to get him to stop chewing on the bed covers, and have tried various methods. I do not wish to use a leash and choke collar, and I do not have any experience using them with dogs.

I have not found anything yet that he likes, or that seems to be working.

Does anyone have any suggestions for methods that might help to stop him from chewing on the bed covers?

Thanks for any help. I appreciate any advice.

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He sounds like he has OCD. I think it is common with Labradors. They can be very difficult to get to settle and be calm, just like a baby. It took him a while to learn how to get along with our new dogs, but he did. The same will be true with your dog. There is always hope.

You might want to consider getting a dog bed that does not have the fabric covering the bed. You could also try leaving a small towel over the bed for him to use and to chew up. A baby towel will probably do the job.

You can also get a dog that will be content with a small space on the bed. Our next dog will be a Jack Russell terrier, and she will need a large dog bed.

You should make it a point that you do not punish your dog or make him afrd of the bed. He doesn't have OCD or OCD-like behaviors, so it is not a concern. You will want to show him that chewing on the bed is wrong, but never do so in a mean way.

We would need more information about your dog and your situation. Is he only a small dog, or a large one?

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A large dog. I would need to give you more information, but we have an 8 year old German Shepherd/Shepherd cross. He is about 100 pounds, and he has been with us for about 3 years.

We would need more information about your dog and your situation. Is he only a small dog, or a large one?

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A large dog. I would need to give you more information, but we have an 8 year old German Shepherd/Shepherd cross. He is about 100 pounds, and he has been with us for about 3 years.

We would need more information about your dog and your situation. Is he only a small dog, or a large one?

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A large dog. I would need to give you more information, but we have an 8 year old German Shepherd/Shepherd cross. He is about 100 pounds, and he has been with us for about 3 years.

We would need more information about your dog and your situation. Is he only a small dog, or a large one?

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A large dog. I would need to give you more information, but we have an 8 year old German Shepherd/Shepherd cross. He is about 100 pounds, and he has been with us for about 3 years.

I was not being serious, and this is actually an old post of mine. I have done much research since I posted it, and there are many things to try.

I am doing a project to get my puppy to stop chewing the bed covers. My husband and I are going to do many things, but I would like any other suggestions that are worth trying.

My puppy has been chewing on the covers for almost a month now, and I am starting to get concerned that he may be trying to tell us something. The only time he has not been chewing on the covers, and only for a day or two at a time, has been when he is in the crate or in a small crate while my husband and I sleep.

He does not have a lot of space to move around in a crate, so he has a very restricted lifestyle at night.

Any suggestions or things to look into would be helpful.

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He sounds like he is stressed and needs to be in a good situation to sleep. It sounds to me like he does not feel comfortable, and is getting a good night sleep when he is confined to his crate or in a small crate while your husband and I sleep.

The crate and a small space for the pup to move around is not enough to keep him content, and he is feeling restless.

When I was a little girl, I used to get in trouble at night, and my mother would wake up in the middle of the night and find me under my blankets. It was usually the covers that I was chewing on. I remember that it drove my mother crazy because I was restless, and I would have to go into the crate or a small space.

A dog should not be given the choice of a crate, or being confined to a small space where there is not enough room to move around. They are creatures that need to be able to move around to be happy, and be free. That means that they need a good space in which to be able to run around and stretch.

In addition, they need to be able to stretch and jump, and they need to have space for the bedding to be ld out, and to chew on and to play with. In addition, they need to have space to walk around and stretch, and to relieve themselves, and to have a good place to sleep and be content and relaxed.


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