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dudette170196 asked:

14 Jul 2011

How do i stop my 10 month old cocker spaniel from ripping apart our backyard?

I absoloutely LOVE my pup but he is just getting to out of control! He has ripped all our out door cushions, plants, grass, taken clothes off the line, dug holes everywhere and keeps chewing up the pegs. Is there anyway he can stop this before my dad gets really peed off (he might sell him:() thnks in advance:)

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sasita

sasita says:

Posted on 14 Jul 2011

Cockers are my family´s favourites, we had at least five of them, nowadays we still have 2. They are cheeky dogs, they will destroy everything they can, and that includes furniture, shoes, plants... etc etc etc... our last one is nearly 2 years and everytime he´s alone in the house he manages to break or chew something! I will recommend you to get some dog toys, and teach him how to play with them... but I dont believe that will be enough, the best idea is to get him a trainer

renderella

renderella says:

Posted on 10 Jan 2012

Well when I went to pet smart for my cat they told me about a type of spray that you can use and it causes the animals to not want to go near it. It's called "yuck spray" or something like that. It worked for my cat because she would eat plants, but then we forgot to put it on them and ....well there went our venus fly trap. Just go to a pet store or look online for it. Make sure you read the reviews on them though because there was one that a lot of people said didn't work very well. I'm just really bad at remembering names for things.

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