What can I spray on my couch to stop my dog from chewing? Expert Advice

Supplies to Stop Your Dog from Chewing

It’s safe to say that every dog on the planet loves chewing. The trick is to get them to chew only things you want them to… And not go roaming in your laundry hamper in search of chewing material.

So, how do you stop a dog from chewing your leather shoes or expensive furniture?

One obvious fix: offer them something better!

Sure, dirty socks and wooden chairs have tempted many dogs. But, when choosing between a tasty treat and your furniture, the choice is clear. Try treats such as dried pig ears, raw beef bones, teething treats, or bully sticks. The taste and chewiness of these treats will keep your pooch away from your shoe collection and living room décor.

The same goes for toys. There are many different options available on the market, from smart puzzles and rubber bones to bacon-flavored chew toys. Pick one that your dog won’t destroy easily and enjoy having them occupied for hours on end.

Sometimes, dog chewing deterrents help to stop a dog from chewing. Use a deterrent spray to stop your dog from chewing on shoes or furniture. In no time, they’ll steer clear of anything you’ve sprayed.

There are even various home remedies to stop your dog from chewing on furniture. In most cases, these DIY remedies are deterrent sprays made from apple cider vinegar or lemon juice. These natural ingredients won’t harm your pooch but will keep them away from the furniture you’ve sprayed with these mixtures.

For dogs who struggle with being left alone, and chew as a way to relieve stress, a pet camera can be the only thing that actually works.

Can Bitter Apple Spray Hurt My Puppy?

No. Bitter apple sprays are made using apple cider, vinegar, lemon juice, and water. These sprays are non-toxic and can safely be applied to fabrics and furniture.

How Do You Use the Anti-Chew Spray?

Spray the anti-chew sprays onto things you do not want your dogs to chew on. Do not use the spray directly into your dog’s faces or mouths as it can harm them. In case your dog is wounded, you can spray the liquid onto your dog’s skin to prevent it from biting itself. But make sure that you’re not using sprays with spices or overly citrusy elements on your dog’s open wounds.

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