Bailey and I have been communicating well with everything but this! It is getting out of control and I am not sure how to tell him that furniture and my leg are not okay to nip at and chew on, but his toys are. He doesn't seem to be grasping it when I put a toy in his mouth when he starts chewing, as well as spraying the furniture with a product called "Bitter End" to get him to stop. I take him out on a walk as soon as I can when he starts doing this, which wears down his energy so he is too tired to chew. Is this really the way to go? When I give him a toy, he will chew it for a few seconds and then go back to nipping at and chewing what he was before. If I sprayed it with the "Bitter End" (which apparently wears off after a day), he will chew the closest "no no" thing. I have tried telling him "ouch" when he nips, he stops and looks at me for a second, and then go back to it. I have tried saying "No, Bailey", same thing. I can't think of any way to communicate on his level so he will understand! Help! I really don't know what to do about this.