Chew on Sentence Examples
She could tuck it back in her mind and chew on it later or she could do something about it now.
But keep an eye on your pet, as some cats will try to chew on the plastic.
She would chew on bones and meat, and would also ingest stomach contents of her prey.
Kittens like to climb, jump, taste new things and even chew on cords.
Do check to see if any of your plants are poisonous to cats because most cats will chew on a house plant.
There are special grasses that you can grow indoors for your kitten to chew on.
Is it really worth the risk to add these elements if your dog may decide to chew on them?
Then give him the Kong with a happy "Good Dog" to show him this is what he is allowed to chew on.
In fact, you may be keeping him from injuring himself if he were to chew on a live electrical cord, or an item that could poison or choke him.
Puppy needs something to chew on to relive stress.Advertisement
Place the unit near the area where your dog sleeps, but not so close that he might feel tempted to chew on the cord.
You now have a rope toy that dogs will love to chase and chew on.
She may become listless and may even lose the will to chew on herr favorite toy.
The only drawback is that you'll have to watch and make sure that mom or the pups don't decide to chew on the cord.
Puppies love to explore their surroundings and frequently chew on anything in sight including power cords and other dangerous items.Advertisement
Lab pups are known to chew on things, including furniture, and become destructive if they get bored.
Slugs and snails love to chew on leaves, particularly hosta and other plants growing in moist, shady locations.
Since babies naturally hold things close to themselves and even chew on them, they are more likely to be affected by constant exposure to conventional cotton.
Missing baby teeth can also result in the adult teeth coming in crooked, the child having to chew on one side of his or her mouth, and speech delays.
A compulsion to chew on ice cubes or to eat soil is also an indication of iron deficiency.Advertisement
Electrical burns may be prevented by covering unused electrical outlets with safety plugs and keeping electrical cords away from infants and toddlers who might chew on them.
They may also chew on painted surfaces such as windowsills.
Don't chew on common objects like pens or silverware.
Don't bite your nails or chew on objects because they can introduce bacteria to your mouth.