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post #51 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-06-2013, 11:06 PM
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Bodie has sucked since the day I brought him home, and he was 8 weeks old. Here he is:Blanket Sucking and OCD-imageuploadedbypg-free1357535197.473048.jpgBlanket Sucking and OCD-imageuploadedbypg-free1357535211.964539.jpg


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Blanket Sucking and OCD

I know this is an old thread but I have had five dobermans, and I have never had one that does this.....maybe until now. Is it nothing but sucking?

Huckleberry is chewing on all things fabric, not destroying (he does that too) but will trance chew with his back teeth. Blankets and especially throw rugs, they do get holes in them and get very wet. So is it a very distinctive sucking?


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I know this is an old thread but I have had five dobermans, and I have never had one that does this.....maybe until now. Is it nothing but sucking?

Huckleberry is chewing on all things fabric, not destroying (he does that too) but will trance chew with his back teeth. Blankets and especially throw rugs, they do get holes in them and get very wet. So is it a very distinctive sucking?


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It's very distinct from chewing. It's definitely sucking.


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I have 2 suckers now! So, my Huckleberry is a sucker. He will have a stuffy in his mouth and actually suck on it.....like he is latched! He will even have his feet on it and move them up and down like he is trying to help push the milk out.
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