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Does your beloved puppy have a biting problem? Mouthing and biting are common among puppies and dogs, especially when at play or while teething. It's usually up to the owner to teach the puppy what is acceptable behavior and what is not. It's never a good idea to just let puppies play with one's hands and/or feet - no matter how adorable or cute it seems. It gives puppies the idea that it's ok to bite skin.
Biting canines generally have a sweet, loving and wonderful disposition 99% of the time. It is only 1% of the time that something happens that triggers the dog to attack or bite. When it comes to dogs, it's often easier to prevent bad habits like biting from developing than it is to retrain dogs when they're older. Majority of dog bites occur during adolescence (6 months to 1 year) and at maturity (2 to 3 years).
Puppy Training Biting Tips
Nipping, mouthing and biting are normal behaviors of young pups and rarely cause serious damage. But while these may seem perfectly harmless, such behavior must be corrected before the dog reaches adulthood, when bites could inflict more severe injuries.
Puppy biting doesn't go away overnight. It's a gradual process that must not be hurried. Here are some things you can do to effectively end your puppy's carefree biting days.
While it's cute to watch a puppy playfully biting your hand or foot, it won't be as adorable when he's older. Don't allow a puppy to get used to biting things and people. To make it easier to divert puppies' attention from biting your body parts or valuables, see to it that he's got plenty of chew toys to exercise his baby teeth and chewing instincts on.
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