Peanut is 10-months-old and still chewing everything in sight. Yes, he's done teething. I'm just so frustrated! I stepped out of the kitchen for 5 minutes and he chewed up baseboard. Nothing is safe (furniture, bookbags, rugs, etc). I walk him every morning for 40 minutes. He has lots of toys. I'm now having to put him in his crate during the day while I do laundry, clean the house, etc. It breaks my heart to crate him when I'm home, but he just can't be trusted. Will Peanut ever out grow this? Someone please give me some hope and/or encouragement! Thanks.

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Ice cubes worked with our dogs. You can also pick up a toy that is made for teething pups. You wet it and put it in the freezer. This provides your pup with some relief. We also found that making it an activity of holding a chew toy for your dog helped curb the chewing. You can also rub a little jalapeño on their known chew spots as a deterrent. We tried the bitter apple spray, but tat didn't phase our pups.


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