/ / I have a dog when I'm at home, starts everything to gnaw everything, tell me how to wean it?

I have a dog when I'm at home, starts all the gnawing everything, tell me how to disaccustom it?

Answer # 1:

Give her more toys, let her chew them. But three months (so much for a puppy?) Is still a little dog, needs attention. Accustom to gnaw it gnaw its own toys, we have so accustomed ours with 2 months - in the end, he never ate anything and did not eat. Now he is already 1 year old.

Answer # 2:

An adult or a puppy?
Dogs should be gradually trained to stay inLoneliness, do not immediately leave for a long time. Now she is lonely and bored, and maybe scared without a master. Some gnaw, some shit, some howl and bark. The fear of being left without a host is different.

Answer # 3:

Leave her plenty of toys andPogryzes. And all that the dog can spoil or take away away, or treat it with bitter, vinegar, mustard. You can dissolve a pack of levomecitin tablets in water and then sprinkle on what the dog usually gnaws at.

Answer # 4:

In the teeth give a kick. Put on the muzzle.

Answer # 5:

It is no longer possible to otutchit if she is no longer a small puppy. And the reason for why she does this is this-she does not want to be alone and gnaws everything to you for evil! Do not leave the dog alone!

Answer No. 6:

As with most social animals,There are animals who prefer to live and interact in a group, for a puppy it is perfectly normal to develop attachment to your mother and littermates. From the moment the puppy is taken from the dung, he gradually becomes attached to his master. Attachment is built on trust to the owner and becomes a solid foundation for normal, healthy relationships between a person and a dog. However, if the animal becomes excessively dependent on a person, the result can be various behavioral disorders, including fear of loneliness.
What contributes to the occurrence of fear?

Fear of loneliness is more likely toOccur in dogs with a certain predisposition to addiction. But traumatic experiences in early childhood and adolescent dogs can multiply the likelihood of developing a very strong attachment to a person. Among such experiences, one can name too early separation of the puppy from the bitch, and deprivation of the possibility of developing a normal attachment to the mother (if the puppy lived in an orphanage or a pet store in early childhood) and a sudden change in the environment (the new house) and a change in the lifestyle of the owner For example, a job change), which led to a sudden loss of constant contact between the owner and the puppy. No less traumatic experiences are the prolonged absence of one of the owners, for example, as a result of divorce, the departure of children or the death of one of the relatives, and the emergence of a new member of the family, for example, a child, or a new animal.
Variants of deviant behavior [link is blocked by the decision of the project administration]

Answer No. 7:

Half-grown, will not chew. Endure.

Answer No. 8:

Buy her a cage.

Answer No. 9:

Serve valerian, a week. You will beat - the neurosis will increase.

Answer No. 10:

If the dog is adult, we can no longer wean! We pereprobyvali all, were saved only by a cage!

Answer No. 11:

A sour dog or a puppy.
My puppy 3 months. When there is no one at home in a closed room, there is food and a tray and toys and a house. All that can pull is removed higher.

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