the house and chewing furniture.
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the letter next to the answer that most applies to your dog. If a question
is not applicable then please leave that question and continue with the
1. Does your dog tend to chew the same thing or a whole variety of things?
a) The same thing
b) A variety of things
2. What type
of things is he more likely to chew if given the opportunity?
a) Carpets, furniture, plants, etc.
b) Personal items, clothing, shoes, handbags, etc.?
3. If he
chews personal items, do they belong to one particular person?
4. If he
chews non-personal items, is the destruction centered around exits such
as doors and windows?
5. Does he
only chew when he has no access to you (i.e. locked in another room) or
when you are present even though he has access to you?
6. Is your
dog happy to be isolated from you in any room (with the door closed)?
7. If the
destruction is sometimes or always accompanied by defecation or urination,
is there just one spot to clear up or are there many?
your dog be likely to chew when left for:
a) More than half an hour
b) Less than an hour
9. Is he
always destructive when left by himself?
you return, does your dog:
a) Avoid you
b) Greet you
11. If your
dog greets you after something has been destroyed is he:
a) Very excited and happy to see you
b) Stressed, anxious, over attached to for some time after
Now add up
how many A answers and how many B answers you have, and then
contact Penny Fox for an evaluation!
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