11 Responses to “Bed-eater”

  1. Hannah

    My beagle has chewed up three, maybe 4 dog beds already. He doesn’t like the material. So we’ve had to experiment. -_-

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  2. Emily

    My dog ate 2 beds in less than a week when she was around 5-6 months. Then she got past that phase. I think it’s correlated with teething and boredom when crated. Try putting toys in with him or let him have just a blanket for awhile til you can transition him back to a bed :) good luck!

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  3. Erin

    My beagle thinks his beds are chew toys. After buying Three, I finally wised up. He sleeps on his chewed up blanket, my bed (which he doesn’t chew), or on the bare bottom of his crate (when I go out). He’s not quite a douchebag, but he does try my patience!

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  4. Rebecca Amos

    My little foster dog has done this to about 3 or 4 beds now, even with chew toys in there with her. She just gets blankets now (and toys still of course).

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  5. Veronica Hawk

    We lost one bed within 1 week. Then went out and bought a metal oil pan from Home Depot. Nutmeg, the jack russell (and 3 blankets) fit in there perfectly.

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  6. mantion

    I love my costco beds, no dog has ever destroyed them. I wish they made dog toys because those things don’t last a day.

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  7. Laura

    What he is trying to tell you: “I thought I made myself clear. I do not want to sleep in a dog bed. The couch or your bed will do nicely.”

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  8. patsouthward

    He’s bored and likes to chew. Give him one of those toys you fill with peant butter in the crate. If he does it outside the crate, give him a RAW bone — not processed. Keeps mine busy long after the marrow is gone and keeps his teeth in perfect condition.

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  9. Electra

    Patsouthward is right, he needs to chew when he’s bored. Raw bones are good for dogs, no chicken/rabbit or either tiny bones though, too dangerous (they swallow them and can get hurt pretty bad). Get a huge one, my mini Dasch loves her raw bone (as big as her head) !

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