INCORRIGIBLE Schnoodle!

by Diane
(California)

How can I keep my schnoodle from getting in to EVERYTHiNG he thinks has food or chocolate? (pantry, trash, purses, closets, drawers, etc.) Is he hungry or just naughty?

NOTE FROM LINDA AND MAX: If you are feeding him the right amount,he is being mischievous and or greedy. Maybe he is bored. Try a Kong toy stuffed with a treat or peanut butter to keep him occupied. By the way, chocolate is poisonous for dogs.

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Jun 30, 2014
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Linda and Max
by: Michele

Yes I have on both my computer and my smartphone, but sometimes by the time I realise I've spelt wrong I've already sent the message.. By the way I'm making you a DVD of Benji before his Op and after. He doesn't annoy Rambo as much and it's much more peaceful. I'll send it to your home so please email me your address again as I've mislaid it.. It's my age as I forget where I've put stuff !!!!
Lol xx

Jun 23, 2014
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Naughty Schnoodle ( corrections.. !! )
by: Michele

I meant to say " He's probably bored " .. and he's not a " Schnozzle .. !! he's a Schnoodle.. !!.. sorry.. let's know how you've tackled his problem ..

NOTE FROM LINDA AND MAX: Have you got predictive text, Michele?!

Jun 19, 2014
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Naughty Schnoodle
by: Michele

You don't say how old your Schnoodle is and what you are feeding him and how many times a day.. Do you give him exercise.. if not he is probable bored and if he hasn't any chew toys to play with he'll do what he's doing.. I know he's a schnozzle, but they do say.. " A TIRED SCHNAUZER IS A HAPPY SCHNAUZER… " and Remember..

CHOCOLATE, CURRENTS, RAISINS, GRAPES, ONIONS, TOMATOES, RAW OR COOKED GARLIC are all poisonous to dogs ( GARLIC TABLETS FOR DOGS ARE OK, AS I GIVE MY 3 BOYS THOSE ONCE A DAY )..

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