We recently adopted a 10-month-old crossbreed (Romanian Rescue). She chews stuff constantly. She immediately started chewing anything left around, especially her dog bed and the two dog beds that belong to our existing older dogs. She's more recently started to chew our skirting boards (actually pressing her teeth into the flat surface, not loose edges), and also our door frames are now fair game. We've supplied her with plenty of chew-toys - as much a variety as we could find. We also try to keep her occupied and give her plenty of walks. We've found that if she's left alone for any amount of time then she's chewing stuff she shouldn't be chewing. (Maybe we should reduce the chew-toys down to one specific toy?) She also plays by means of gentle playful biting which we're trying to discourage by stopping play when she does it. Any ideas or methods for training a dog not to chew stuff, apart from the dog-chews we've supplied...? Thank you.