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I just wanted to know till what time period LABS will get mature?

Hello Friends...I bought 35 days old labrador in june 2009, and now he is around 7 months and growing good an big in size, The problem is that I have a got a 2 BHK flat and when I keep him open inside the flat he ruins everything including sofas, telephones, wires etc.Also, my mom and dad is working and noone is at home for 5-6 hours daily, adn its not possible for us to keep him open for that time. we dont want to give him , and just wanted to know till what time period LABS will get mature and I can keep him open inside my house.Thanks
By Saurabh Arora · 24 Dec 2009 1:01 pm


By Arpit · 24 Dec 2009 6:53 pm
i think its time for his behaviour correction... contact MUKUL at 9818333089 if living in DELHI/NCR
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By SUNNY · 26 Dec 2009 12:57 pm
you should sent him to a trainer
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By gautam sawant · 27 Dec 2009 1:18 am
how r u managing him currently ??
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By Saurabh Arora · 28 Dec 2009 2:16 pm
Hi Samir..we are not able to manage him currently, as we are leaving him alone in the house tied up for approx 5-6 hours daily. In real need for good suggestions otherwise will need to look for some good hands who will be ready to adopt our hunk BRUNO.,..Thanks!!
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By Hemil · 28 Dec 2009 2:30 pm
u train him properly.. u wont have to face any problem in near future..
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By gautam sawant · 29 Dec 2009 12:51 am
Dint u do a study on dogs such as breeds , behaviour
Dint u think about it before
start lokin for a trainer , a proper training should help , its still a puppy and they tend to chew and bite on what ever they can grab , he is not to be blame ,it should come down as he grows
Also It could be because he is left alone ( plz confirm wid a vet or a trainer)

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By gautam sawant · 29 Dec 2009 12:58 am
1. try lokin for a friend or relative wid whom u could keep him when u and ur family members go out .
2. u could also check for local dog lodging and boarding
if u still feel u cannot manage him further it will be better u give him to some one who can take care of him
he is still small should be able to mange wid new home and family
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By gautam sawant · 29 Dec 2009 1:15 am
check the posting by jatin in cruelty for animals
he is lokin for good breed
check wid him if he is ready to adopt
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By Roy · 09 Mar 2010 5:29 pm
I am not sure if the problem persists at your end still. In any case I will share my experience so far. My dog is 13 months old and has always had this problem of howling and chewing up books, TV remotes, slippers, shoes, clips, etc. when left alone for even 20 minutes. This continued even after his teething phase. We both are working and my parents are staying with us and there has not been even one single day since his puppy days when he has been left alone in the house for even half an hour. We actually used to avoid going out together because of this problem. I have always attributed this to anxiety problem. However I went through all possible postings on the net and read up books on dog psychology, etc. to figure out how to deal with this. I suppose it did help me in a tremendous way. This time around when my parents were gone for 2 weeks and we had to leave him alone for 3-4 hours at a stretch (we go home for lunch for an hour) for 7-8 hours everyday. We took some measures and it did show some very good results:
1. We used to leave our worn clothes to go for laundry wash scattered around the house before leaving. Dogs see/feel with their noses literally. If you leave your scent scattered around the house they are less likely to feel insecure when you are not there.
2. Leave chewers partially hidden around the house for them to smell and hunt for those, an exercise basically to keep them busy and not get bored.
3. Stuff some toys with dog food and leave them around in different spots for them to again figure out how to get those out of the toy, etc. again one exercise to keep them busy.
4. Keep all precious, chewable stuff out of reach as much as possible.
5. and of course, walk him for half an hour twice a day daily, and make him run/ chase him around the house(as a game) for 15 minutes daily to basically exercise him and exhaust him of the extra pent up energy.

Well.....these few steps have so far been successful in keeping my dog from chewing up my house this time. Hope it helps you too!!!
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