thanks everyone for the comments! I did notice toilet paper is THE thing for most dogs
I wasn't aware of what a ZZ pant can do for a dog if eaten, so only removed it after the incident - instinctually I knew right away it was the plant once she started vomiting. Luckily, she didn't get much of it, so no real damage was done. After this happened to Mocha I sent out a list of dangerous house plants to all the dog owners I know, I wish someone would've warned me too.
I realize that at this stage our duty as owners is to make sure she doesn't reach anything thats either dangerous to her or the thing
)) things are a bit complicated by the fact that we just moved into our new apartment and while waiting for the walk-in closet to be finished, we have a lot stuff in open hangers with shelves at the bottom of it - gold mine for chewy stuff
What's really interesting though is that we seem to have taught her not to chew on several things like the kitchen towel, door mat or even human face (hands and feet are still under attack pretty often) - these were part of her favourites too, but the things I listed in the original post seem to be too precious to give up.
What commands do you use when training our dogs to stop doing something - do you words or maybe have come up with some special sound commands for example shhh if you want them to keep silent?