How to stop dogs chewing sprinklers?

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Make Your Pet Hate the Sprinklers

A lot of happy dog owners advise that the fastest and easiest way to make your pet steer clear from your garden watering system is to make them taste bad. You can spray or rub pepper sauce and other bitter food on the sprinkler head or hose to scare off your dog's taste buds.
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Pour 2 cups of apple cider vinegar and 1 cup of white vinegar into the spray bottle.

Shake well, and spray on all items you want your dog to stop chewing.

Apple cider vinegar is the base for most bitter apple sprays.

You can spray it on items you don't want your dog to chew on without damaging them.

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Rocco & Roxie No Chew Extreme Bitter Spray for Dogs – Stop Dog Chewing Deterrent – Alcohol Free Anti Chew Repellent Formula for Puppies and Cats (8oz)
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When puppies are teething, between the ages of 3 and 6 months of age, they are also chewing! After your puppy's baby teeth are gone, she'll usually stop chewing over time, since the discomfort from her new teeth has disappeared.

Older puppies may also go through a chewing stage between at 6 months and a year.

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It can also be used on electrical cords and other things in the house that dogs like to chew. Some people use Tabasco sauce or other hot sauce for the same purpose. It will deter your dog from chewing on things. Just be careful not to use anything that could harm your dog as a deterrent.
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You can spray it on items you don't want your dog to chew on without damaging them.

The tart taste serves as a repellent.

If you don't have apple cider vinegar handy, mix 2 cups of lemon juice with 1 cup of white vinegar.

The lemon juice will also taste tart, and discourage your beastie from chewing.

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Homemade Puppy Chew Spray

  1. Add 1 part white vinegar and 2 parts apple cider vinegar into a spray bottle.
  2. Shake bottle to combine.
  3. Spray Homemade Puppy Chew Spray onto area puppy is chewing to prevent them from continuing to chew.
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Golden retriever teething goes on until they have their adult teeth, this usually happens till they are 6 months old, but even then it is common to golden retrievers to keep chewing through their life and there isn't much of a problem and is quite healthy, besides as long they have their toys and bones to chew on they

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