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    DefaultCassie torns and eats my bed sheets!!!

    Today she pooped twice in a row for the first time and both times two pieces of my bed sheets came out!

    I just got out of bath and she was on the bed and chewing and tearing apart the sheets. She eats them!!

    What can I do to stop it? How do I handle it when I caught her doing it? Tonight I said "NO" a couple of times. Is this the right approach? Do I have to do something else?

    Is this some kind of phase she's going through??




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    How old is she? Crate her when you can't supervise her, she can't be trusted alone yet.



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    She' 11mo. She sleeps with me at night and she is probably doing it while I'm sleeping - I guess.




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    Back to the crate. Eating things like sheets can cause an obstruction, so she should be crated when you can't watch her 100% of the time, including at night.

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    back to crate now. she clearly hasn't earned her freedom. If you are not supervising (i.e. asleep) there is NOTHING you can do other than crate her
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    crate.
    apparently, she cant be trusted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justine View Post
    Back to the crate. Eating things like sheets can cause an obstruction, so she should be crated when you can't watch her 100% of the time, including at night.
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