A new interactive dog toy could stop your pet from chewing everything you own.
It's the brainchild of Dubliner James McIlvenna who came up with the idea after his dog Sandy the labrador ate his wedding photo album.
K9 Connectables is an interactive dog toy designed to engage, stimulate and entertain your animal.
It works by stuffing the dogs favourite food and treats inside and connecting the toys together.
The dog can smell the food but has to break the connections apart to get at it.
The connections are designed with a three-ring system which can gradually make the task even harder for your pet.
Designer McIlvenna said: "A lot of dogs suffer from separation anxiety - when you leave the house the dog just gets bored and has to channel their energy somewhere."
He added: "Unlike other food filling toys you can increase the difficulty level as your dog gets better at the game by connecting more together."
K9 Connectables is already proving a success with dog owners around the country and will be showcased at Crufts Dog Show this week.