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I was just wondering if anyone could help me out here, but my sister has an 10 or 11 year old beautiful husky who has recently taken to chewing up her doors. she's tried leaving the tv on, giving him shoes or clothes that smell like her, and all sorts of things from my understanding. He broke his cage because last year while my sister was at her old job her husband would just lock him in the cage during the day (I don't know why, he's not a bad guy and the dog likes him, so this situation just confuses me), but after my buddy broke the cage, my sister would leave him at her dad's while she was at work since until my sister and brother-in-law moved into their first home, that was his other person (they've had this beauty since he was five and he spent most of the time since then with him).
However, due to my sister's new job and new hours she can't take the dog to her dad's anymore and my sister and brother-in-law are gone at the same time now, so he's taken to chewing up their doors.
Any pointers you could give us? Any further information you need? He has hip dysplasia and Lyme disease, if that influences any of your information either.
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