Think your dog is trouble? You may think again when you compare his behavior to these ultimate destroyers.
Think your house is safe when you're not home to supervise your dog? If you own one of the dogs in this video, then you'd better think again. These dogs prove that they are the ultimate destroyers of, well, just about anything. The one advantage here is that these dogs know just how guilty they are, and they're pretty terrible at hiding it.
From ripping up dog beds to absolutely destroying a roll of toilet paper, these dogs make it their mission to tear up whatever they can get their paws on. And their owners get quite the surprise when they come home as a result.
Take a look at these ultimate destroyers!
Is your dog super destructive like the dogs in this video? It's a pretty common problem with puppies, so dog-proofing your house is one way to ensure that nothing gets destroyed. You may also need to start crate training your dog so that you can leave him in a secure place when you are not home. Training will also go a long way toward teaching your dog what he can -- and can't -- play with.
Sometimes dogs are destructive for specific reasons, though. If a dog tears your house apart when you're not home, he may be experiencing anxiety. Your vet may be able to provide you with some help for this situation.
Often, dogs get into trouble when they're bored or have extra energy. Stopping your dog's destructive habits may be as simple as spending more time playing with him each day or making sure he gets in plenty of physical activity to help get rid of extra energy.
Has your dog ever destroyed anything? Let us know in the comments below!
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