Does anyone else have to *hide* chocolate from their dog? It is not sufficient for me to put a bar of dark chocolate in the cupboard 4' from the ground. I have to put the chocolate on the highest pantry shelf, in the far back, where *I* struggle to reach it when I want a piece. If I don't do that, I come home to find the cupboard open, and a wrapper on the floor -- no chocolate left of course. The dog has never gotten sick, btw. However, his life is in peril when my "sedative" is in his belly rather than mine. As I struggled to reach a box of dark chocolate today, I thought How ridiculous is this that I have to hide my chocolate not from my children, but from my dog who knows how to open the pantry and get a bar off a high shelf? This really irks me. Does anyone else have to *hide* chocolate from their over-competent, agile, and chocolate-loving dog? Are there therapy groups for dogs who are chocolate addicts?