What type of sable?
Thanks for the response. The cord is about 4 inches away from the actual back of the kennel so she can't reach it. It looks super close in the picture but it's not.grey sable
just to point out one thing in the second picture the plugged in
electrical cord poses a hazard . Dog could easily mouth it --
okay , another thing , that lead with the chain is useless for training
Good to know! I agree she has quite a bit more tan than the silver sables I've seen pictures of.sable is sable and are pretty much just grouped together. both in genetics and registration. light, dark, grey, red, silver, gold.... are all descriptive and subjective, varying greatly between whoever is describing them.
he seems to have more tan compared to those dogs.
She doesn't touch this one.her colour will change and darken
"The chain leash is because she chews on the nylon ones."
then change the behaviour . You sure do not want a dog mouthing a chain link
lead and getting a canine caught in the link .
Had this experience as a student off for the summer and walking the neighbourhood
dogs . Tooth broke .
Those leads are useless .
How did you stop it?I fostered a silver and it was really a faint grayish white. Much lighter than yours. We went through a bunch of leashes. I went to the bargain bin at Petco and bought half a dozen. He only ruined three before I stopped the chewing behavior.