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    I’ve always let my dogs chew on sheds and a couple days ago my 1 1/2 year old Jax brought a small shed back to the house after I let him out to chase squirrels.Click image for larger version. 

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    Have plenty of sheds laying around for him to chew on. Hide them around a field and have him find them and give him treats when he does. At the end of the day training give him a new shed to chew on he hasn?t had before as a reward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Have plenty of sheds laying around for him to chew on. Hide them around a field and have him find them and give him treats when he does. At the end of the day training give him a new shed to chew on he hasn?t had before as a reward.
    My 2 dogs will have 3 or 4 sheds laying on the floor, and they’re always nosing the bigger ones on the hearth. You’re absolutely correct that they always want a new one.
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