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|09-05-2010, 11:05 AM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2010
HELP! 10 month old CHEWS MY PIANO!
I need some suggestions on how to stop my boy yorkie to stop chewing my piano! I have purchased that bitter stuff from the pet store and sprayed it on the piano legs..he still chews it! I have used the water bottle to spray him when we catch him but moments later he sneaks over and chews again. We have every chew toy in the world and chew snacks! HELP!
|09-05-2010, 11:12 AM||#2|
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Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Erie, PA, USA
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Oh boy - sorry to hear that - I went through that with Bridget and a dresser - luckily for me it was an old dresser. I did try the bitter spray and she seemed to like it. I did buy a different brand and that did help. I finally just "blocked off" the dresser with other things so she couldn't get to it. I know it's not a perfect answer - but could you "wrap" the legs with something so at least while you are trying to break him the legs will be protected? I wish I knew the answer - Bridgets latest thing was tearing the wall-paper....(it gave me a good excuse to re-paper) I think it's my own fault because I give her free run of the house at night because she sleeps with me - I think she gets up bored and trys to find something "fun" to do. As far as the dresser goes - she has outgrown the desire to chew on it...hooray - hopefully it's just a phase!!
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