Post # 1
We have a 6 month old puppy.. Not really sure what breed she is. Anyway she is kennel trained and has been since she was 8 weeks. She does great and she loves her kennel. She has the option to sleep on our bed but she chooses to sleep in her box.. We put her in her box every morning when we leave for work and I close the bedroom door. My husband always tells me to leave it open because she likes it when the door is open. Well yesterday I put her in her box and closed the bedroom door. For some reason hubby didn’t open it and I am so so glad he didn’t because who knows what would have happened had he did. When we got home we found that she squeezed her way out of the bottom part of her kennel and DESTOYED our room. We have to replace our carpet and our memory foam mattress cover. She also jumped on our dresser and knocked everything off, ate a D&B purse and pair of my husband’s shoes. My husband was mad and I just laughed.. Normally it would be the other way around. Why wasn’t I mad? Because this shit only happens on TV.. Well apparently destroying our room was hard work because this butthead snored allll night long…
She is so lucky she is cute!
Post # 3
omg. been there. done that. lol i think every puppy parent has.
Hell, my boy is 2 and he destroyed a sticky roller i use on the couch while i was showering this morning.
Post # 4
@MrsUNClover: holy crap on a cracker! 0.0
Post # 5
I’d be putting that dog in a large crate while I was at work.
Post # 6
I have one destructive chewer that is still kept in her crate at 2 years old and one who has free range in the house. I think the hardest part is when you come home they just look at you like “….what?”
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2014 - A castle
@MrsUNClover: Oh no!! I would suggest crate training, but obviously your pup has separation anxiety issues. Maybe crate training + prozac for awhile…
Post # 8
naughty dog!! omg she definitely gave you something to clean up! thats just pure talent!
Post # 9
I got downstairs this morning to be greeted by an ecstatic pup (7 months old and a JRT) who sleeps quite happily in his bed in the kitchen but who had learnt a brand new, early morning trick. Somehow he’d managed to jump onto the kitchen table and destroy what was on there. It’s amazing how much mess a small dog can make with just two newspapers and a small pile of mail! Kitchen table now cleared!!!
Post # 10
HAHAHAHA! I feel for you two! Have you ever checked out dogshaming.com? It always reminds me that I don’t have it that bad. Good luck with the clean up. At least your furmonster is cute!
Post # 11
By “box” do you mean crate? Cause if not, I’d be getting her a crate.
Post # 12
@MrsUNClover: omg. i honestly don’t think i could handle that.
Post # 13
- Wedding: September 2015 - Ketchum, ID
@MrsUNClover: no freaking way. I’d be training and crating that dog ASAP. I couldn’t imagine coming home to a dog doing that to my house.
Post # 14
@MrsUNClover: OMG what a bad doggy! But she is darn cute, so I couldn’t stay mad at that face! LOL
Post # 15
Awwww what a cute puppy!
But yeah, good thing she was contained in the one room. Holy crap. Our dog is a power chewer and what we do is completely litter the house with nylabones and other chew toys. You can’t walk 5 feet in our house without finding some kind of chew toy, but it also gives our dog something to focus her energy on instead of furniture.