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Dogs chew on wood because they like chewing on things. But a dog eating wood is not the best idea. Learn tips on how to help them break this habit.


Dogs aren't typically fussy eaters, but when their appetite expands to include nonfood items such as wood and paper, it can be a serious problem. If your dog's  ...


Why do dogs eat wood? The reason could be boredom, anxiety, teething or simply natural behavior. You can take some measures to prevent this incident.


Every dog I have had in the last 12 years (which is 31) has enjoyed gnawing on sticks, especially the younger ones, and since we live in the woods, ...


Dog Chewing Pinecone Does your dog eat sticks, rocks, pine cones, acorns or other stuff while out in the yard or on a walk? Sticks and rocks are especially ...


Apr 13, 2012 ... Dogs really do have some bizarre eating habits. These are intelligent creatures but they are less discriminating in what they eat. Dogs are ...


By Dr. Kristy Conn. Inappropriate chewing is a fairly common problem in young dogs and stems from the fact that puppies use their mouths as a means of ...

May 18, 2014 ... Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehow Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehow Chewing wood in ...


Jan 28, 2016 ... Dogs chewing on sticks may seem odd, but when a dog chews on wood furniture, that's a different story.