Critter Corner: How to chew proof home from new puppy

Dear Critter Corner: My partner and I just adopted a new puppy, and she has been great, with one exception. When we leave her alone, she constantly chews on things she’s not supposed to and has cost us a lot of money in damages. We love her, but we are frustrated with this behavior. What can we do?

Destructive chewing can be one of the most frustrating and costly problems to deal with for both human and dog. To start with, make sure to “puppy-proof” your home as best you can. Put anything of value high up and out of reach of your pup, don’t leave anything scattered around

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