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Well we got the scare of our life 2 weeks ago when my wife came home with a pack of gum (55 pieces) and then she left it in the sealed package on the counter and left to go pick up the kids from school.
Well what happened next was terrible. When she got home she had discovered that our 20 month old 70 lb golden doodle had taken the package of gum and ate tore it open and ate the entire contents! Our dog was visibly very sick, had barfed and crapped on the floor. The dog was barely able to move. We got him to the vet right away and found out that he ingested an extreme amount of xylitol which is a extremely toxic substance for dogs.
Long story short and $3300 later in vet bills he is doing well and we are being so careful about what is left out. But with 3 kids and busy lives worried about what might get forgotten in the future.
I need to have him stop this behaviour for his own safety ASAP. He only does it when we are not home and I don’t want to have to crate him all the time. We already have him gated off to be in the main part of our house.
Looking for tips and suggestions on how to stop this behaviour.
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