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PostSubject: Crate training    Sun 11 May 2014, 8:21 pm

It does not look like we will be crate training Belle. Ian is totally against the idea.

Looks like she will remain in the kitchen when the house is unattended and hopefully she won't touch anything in there


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PostSubject: Re: Crate training    Sun 11 May 2014, 10:32 pm

if it works in the kitchen then i would say keep her in there , im not really a fan of crates tbh , but in your situation i would of thought about it ,

if its what i said habitual chewing then i think its goin to be quite hard to get her out of that , lets hope its not that and she's just going through a naughty faze , my daughters jack russel still chews and hes over 2 but not as bad as what belles been doin , but he chewed a plastic clip of my younger daughters scooter when he came here once , and he will chew things that are left about and slippers , but he doesnt chew furniture
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