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I have a two year old akit/belgian shepherd mix. How do I stop his digging?

Sandra SwinkeySandra Swinkey Posts: 207Member
Carter here loves chasing rabbits and cats while outside on a leash. There are wood chips on the side of the trailer for a flower bed and recently the dog has been digging in the wood chips getting the wood chips all over the sidewalk and the porch. The rabbits and cats like to shelter underneath the trailer so I think he may be chasing them or smelling the scent and trying to get to them that way. I don't know how to stop this. Its not an actual hole he is digging he is just moving the wood chips around and flinging them on the sidewalk. My boyfriend has recently left for military purposes could this be act of pissed off behavior because of my boyfriend leaving?
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