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Need advice on how to deal with dog's destructiveness

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#31 *Heather*


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    Posted 23 April 2009 - 11:04 AM

    Jess I couldn't agree more - with puggles it's all about exercise and tiring them out! Although even if Nixon is tired he still gets a bit destructive if we leave him at a time that isn't in "his routine" i.e. a weeknight. We just left him on Tues night to go to a concert and he chewed a plastic cup...so random. It's like he's trying to punish us or something!

    #32 niujess

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      Posted 24 April 2009 - 12:18 PM

      Heather, yeah it's funny though because anytime we go outside or anything people are always like what a cute dog. My personal belief is the cuter they are the worst they behave. Like last night Mya decided to jump on the table and rip apart my income report from work. When i yelled at her she looked at me with her big Pussnboots eyes .. like "Mommy don't hate me, I just love the way ripping paper sounds"Click the image to open in full size.

      #33 *Heather*


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        Posted 24 April 2009 - 03:35 PM

        Hahaha, too funny! She will get better as she gets older...Nixon was a TERROR when he was a puppy. He's totally lazy now most of the time. He sleeps like 23 hours a day!

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