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Please refrain from giving your puppy an old shoe or sock to chew on. Puppies don't understand the difference between new and old.

Puppies chew on whatever they can get their mouths on for any number of reasons: they are bored, they have a lot of energy, they are teething, or they are just curious. Puppies learn through their mouths. It is their tool; it is how they receive a great deal of information. They are naturally inclined to use their mouths whenever they can.

Fortunately, most destructive chewing behavior can be prevented or controlled. To prevent problem chewing and to direct your pup's natural inclination to chew toward appropriate objects, follow these simple guidelines:

  • Puppy-proof the confined area. If possible, remove all items your puppy can chew on, including socks, shoes, furniture, plants, etc., from any area in which you confine your puppy. Make sure electrical cords are out of reach.
  • Confine your pup in a crate, cage, or puppy-proofed area when you are away. Because puppies learn with their mouths, giving your teething puppy free rein in the house is asking for trouble. Keep him confined; you do not want him to go to school on your expensive living room furniture.
  • Closely supervise your uncrated pup. Not unlike caring for a toddler, you should always be aware of where your uncrated pup is and what he is doing.
  • Give your puppy chew toys. The sole focus of your dog's chewing should be directed toward items you select. There are a wide range of items from which to choose including many safe, long-lasting chew toys that are made especially for teething puppies that will keep them occupied and content for hours.
  • Give your puppy plenty of exercise to relieve boredom and burn off energy two significant factors contributing to destructive chewing. An hour of running, walking, and/or swimming twice a day is ideal.
  • Correct chewing of inappropriate objects. If you catch your puppy in the act of chewing anything but his chew toy, remove the object and replace it with an acceptable chew toy.