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The only advice I’ve received so far is “crate train him, just don’t leave him alone.” He is crate trained and has to be in his kennel while I’m at class and at night, but he’s out the rest of the day.
I’m not talking leaving him alone to run to the store, I’m talking leaving for 2 minutes to go to the bathroom and he’s absolutely destroyed something. He has toys available at all times.
Does anyone have tips for discouraging this besides leaving things where he can’t get them? Of course we’re doing that, but it’s not a realistic long term solution when he’s about 5 feet tall on his hind legs and can reach most surfaces. This is a huge step in being able to trust him alone.
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