We have had Annie over 6 months now and mostly things are going wonderfully. The one and only big issue we are having is that she chews my 5 year old daughters things to bits! And ONLY her things. I could leave my stuff all over the floor and she wouldn't give it a second glance. She also will still play bite my daughter but not us when she gets really wound up but this is easily stopped with a verbal correction and ending playtime immediately. So is this a dominance thing and how do we stop it? I already know to supervise her like a hawk and crate her when I can't and we are doing that but you know how fast they can sneak away and get ahold of something. I try to keep.things out of her reach and keep Chloe's door shut all the time but it usually happens when my husband is home alone with her and forgets something out or the door open and then gets distracted on the computer. I can train the dog but he's just a lost cause :lol-sign: Anyway, I am aware that it's all my/our fault for allowing access but I would like to know how to put an end to it so she can have more freedom and I can relax. We do have her in beginner obedience and she has plenty of chews. Raw hides, antlers, Bully sticks, kong, etc. And she loves them all. I should also mention that they get along famously. They are each others favorite thing ever. Annie is most excited to see Chloe out of all of us. If Chloe falls asleep on the couch Annie won't leave her side. She constantly initiates play with her. I am not very knowledgeable about dog behavior/body language but is doesn't seem to me like a jealousy/resentment issue. Anyone have experience with your dog only chewing one person's stuff?