One of our retrievers did that twice. No idea how she was hurting herself... and I've forgotten what the injury even was now but our vet's dog had done it too.Well, since we are on a dog discussion my little one came up lame on the front left paw this morning. She was fine last night. No obvious injury, likely pulled a muscle. Will have to keep tabs on her for the day.
Ollie is a border collie/aussie mix. And he's 12 years old, so I'm not sure he'll be outgrowing this. Yeah, I call him a pup but every dog we've ever had has been a "pup" to me their entire lives. Desmo lived to just shy of his 17th birthday but was still a pup to me.Good looking dog. I have an Aussie Shepard. He is at the other end of life and still terrified in storms or with fireworks. He won't even hang around if I start a bike. Hunting season is his least favorite time of year. I have a walk in shower in the en-suite and that is where he likes to be during storms. I think likely the chewing is a puppy response and he'll grow out of it.