Things Dogs Always Mistake for Chew Toys: A Gallery


As many of you know, dogs are very similar to children in that they are curious creatures.   And while we try to train them to act a certain way, eat certain foods, and adhere to our training commands, they are still animals and will still do what they do.   So today we decided to post some funny pictures of dogs chewing things that they obviously mistook for chew toys!  Thanks to Dogster for this funny gallery idea.   In the pages to follow we hope you enjoy 10 things that dogs always mistake for chew toys….


Fingers – they may look tasty but that hurts when bite them!


Books – try reading and not eating!


Shoes – don’t they smell bad?


Purses – looking for money?


Furniture – please, not the couch!


Plants – do NOT eat that


Underwear – yuck!


Power Chords – when we say not we mean it.


Socks – again, don’t these smell?


Electronics – get on the computer just don’t eat it

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