It’s typical for puppies and dogs to chew on objects as they explore the world. Chewing accomplishes a number of things for a dog. For puppies, it’s an approach to relieve pain that may be caused by incoming teeth. For dogs, it’s nature’s way for keeping jaws solid and teeth clean. Chewing also combats boredom and can relieve mild anxiety or frustration.
Problems that Can Cause Chewing
Dogs who chew to relieve the stress of Separation Anxiety typically just chew when taken off alone or chew most seriously when taken off alone. They additionally show different indications of separation anxiety, for example, whining, barking, pacing, eagerness, pee and crap.
A few dogs lick, suck and chew at fabrics. A few specialists trust that this conduct comes about because of having been weaned too soon (before seven or two months of age). On the off chance that a dog’s fabric sucking conduct happens for extensive time frames and it’s hard to divert him when he endeavors to take part in it, it’s possible that the conduct has turned out to be habitual.
A puppy on a calorie-limited diet may chew to discover extra source of nutrition. Dogs typically coordinate this sort of chewing toward objects related to food or that smell like food.
All dogs need to chew. Accept this fact, and take on the responsibility of providing your dog with safe, acceptable chew toys. If he’s chewing stuff around the house, don’t let him loose in the house. Crating or confining him with the chews and toys you’ve selected will leave him with little choice but to satisfy his needs with those. If he simply won’t take to something you think is safe and acceptable, keep trying until you find something he likes.