TV remote controls, surround sound remotes, dvd player remotes. We’ve all have them, and we’ve all lost them at some point. Did you know that approximately half of Americans own 4 or more devices, in their living rooms alone, that require remote controls? So, losing a remote can make life much more difficult. If you’ve already checked your fridge or freezer (4% of lost remotes are actually found there!), then you may need to consider ordering a new remote. The easy solution may sound like running out and buying a universal remote control, but think about all the programming you’ll have to do; not to mention all of the codes you’ll have to look up. Let’s use a Sony device as an exa
There are few things that dogs love eating more than television remote controls, and many dog owners will go through several TV remote replacements trying to curb their dog’s appetite for small infrared devices.
Of course, most people would rather nip the problem in the bud instead of spending money on endless replacement television remote controls. Here’s how to stop your dog from chewing on television remote controls in a few simple steps.
- Hide Your Remote
The simplest solution is to just keep your remote hidden. Put it in a high cabinet with a closed door or close the dog out of the TV room using a gate.
- Distract Your Dog