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Please Help!? Advice Needed!

Discussion in 'Dog Training and Behaviour' started by Jrtz_rock, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. Jrtz_rock

    Jrtz_rock PetForums Junior

    Apr 5, 2010
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    So yesterday we got home from work to find our kitchen door bottom half destroyed and half our kitchen skirting board chewed off. Our dogs are left in the kitchen while we are at work left from 10am until 2pm when a friend or partners dad lets them out for a wee then they are left until 5.30pm when we get back, Its not stress its completely out of the blue with no change in routine, She is left with sstuffed kong treat ball and several toys as well as our other girl, There is a bowl of water left down and they have their bed in there too, Its been the same routine for 5 years as we had lots of trouble with her as a pup but as soon as we got her into a routine she was a changed dog, Today my partner came home to check on them and she had been at the skirting board again, Then we came home after work and she had escaped the kitchen and fouled in the living room. We have absolutely no idea what it could be, There is NOTHING different been done :confused1::confused1::confused1: Any ideas??
  2. sue&harvey

    sue&harvey PetForums VIP

    Mar 10, 2010
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    Hi, Mabey a vet check is in order, to rule out any possible health issues causing upset. If this comes back clear, try setting up a web cam and recording them for a few hours, so you can see or hear if there is something particular upsetting her.

    Hope you manage to sort this soon. :)
  3. A long shot maybe!!
    But could the person letting them out be carrying the scent of a bitch on heat! assuming your dog is whole of course!!
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