Now, this is a little harder to fix.
Yes, those are holes in the cushions. Now, this is about the third or forth time this happened. I flipped the cushions, been through about 3 or 4 slip covers. It just did not seem to stop.
So how do you stop it. I am still trying to figure that one out. But here are a few things I have found. There are non-toxic sprays that can be sprayed on furniture, carpet, walls, etc, that are bitter in flavor and will hopefully deter the dog from wanting to chew it let alone taste it. And let me tell you, I got a little on my hand and it does not taste good. Another thing I have heard, is putting a piece of foil on the couch. I will be trying this technique.
The other thing that has worked wonders, is just putting a heavy chair or another piece of furniture on the couch. This has stopped Lola from chewing on the couch or even getting on it.
She seems to have finally grown out of the chewing of the furniture (knock on wood), so it has been decided to buy a new couch. I will still be using the techniques of putting the chair on the couch. It is cheap and easy and if Lola ever decides she needs a taste again, this should deter her.