not chewing things, scratching things, playing with things, etc that's
in the house is a part of training/house training. i'm not sure why
you think teaching a dog how to behave when indoors is absurd.
Originally Posted by Jo Ellen
I had a friend over for the holidays. She left her snow boots out. I should have put them up when I saw them, but I forgot
So Spirit, 9 months, chewed one a bit. My friend said I needed to teach him boundaries, what's off limits.
My take on that is I know what is tempting for him to get into and I should be proactive with making sure things are picked up so he can't get into them.
>>>> How do you teach a young dog that chewing boots
is off limits?<<<<
>>>> Teaching boundaries .... like teaching what's yours is yours and what's mine is mine and you can't cross this boundary. <<<<
>>>> Seems absurd to me, but am I missing something?<<<