Chewing Is Normal For A Dog
Chewing for dogs is normal as breathing air is for humans. Dogs chew for a few reasons; to relieve pain that might be caused by incoming permanent teeth (true for puppies), to relieve boredom and relief of anxiety or frustration. Dogs do chew for other reasons and they can be potential problem areas such as separation anxiety. Chewing is the natural way for dogs to keep their jaws strong and teeth clean.
So, if it’s a natural for dogs to chew, you can provide for them the best way and under your control. Otherwise, you will have a dog with uncontrollable chewing behaviors that will need to be dealt with in training sessions.
Below are some excellent chewing toys that you can give your dog. Some of these toys allow you to place food inside of the toy and let’s the pet try to get it out. Not only does this provide a stimulating way for dogs to keep from being board, but also protects furniture and other household items from their destructive chewing behavior.
Another way to keep dogs from chewing is to provide enough exercise for them each day. If they are tired or exhausted, they will not chew on your household items. They will be content on chewing on the toys that you provide them to chew on to keep them from being bored.
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Below are some great chew toys for your pet to chew on.
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