How Can I Repair Dog Chewed Furniture?

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To repair dog chewed furniture, cut away any loose wood from the furniture. Mix an auto-body filler and apply to the chewed area. Allow to harden. Finally, smooth with sandpaper.
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1. With a chisel, cut away any loose wood that is still on the chewed area. Some remaining loose wood is OK, as it will help with adhesion later. 2. Mix auto-body filler on a small
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You have to teach them not to. You can do this in many ways. One way is to find some sorta non-toxic, bad tasting spray to spray on the furniture. The dogs chews on the furniture,
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The "trick" when you choose to get high energy, extremely active herding dogs that NEED a job to do is to give those dogs a job to do. Besides a lot of exercise each and
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Overview A dog chews furniture from boredom, anxiety or lack of anything else to chew. If your dog paces, clings to your side, routinely destroys furniture or frequently barks and
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