My Newfoundland chewed up half of the back porch, the drywall in the mudroom, the paint cans and thinner, ate the cement from statues and the powder from the box, and every other home-improvement project possible for the first 2 years. Because of this, a huge kennel is important for the start but they will outgrow the largest kennel within the first year, normaly, and should only be put in one when you're asleep at night. This chewing was despite the fact she always had plenty of huge bones and toys, they just have to chew. Mine never did dig anything.
Answered by Anonymous - 3/22/2012 4:33:34 AM