Our V is almost 2 years-old and is generally well-trained and behaved except for one bad habit we have allowed her to establish. She has learned over the months that when she wants our attention, or something fun to do, that if she steals something she shouldn't have off of a counter, bookshelf, table, anywhere, we will often chase her to get it back. And as you know, catching her is almost impossible.a She knows "drop it" and how to recall but will not respond in this situation. She knows there are two better possible outcomes. We will chase her to recover the object, which is fun for her. Or we will ignore her and she gets to destroy or consume the object. We know we should never chase her, but unfortunately we allowed this to happen repeatedly as she was stealing and eating a child's toys or food. And it's spiralled out of control from there. Are there any suggestions of how to untrain this habit? We've tried ignoring, squirt bottles, treats for dropping, and more.