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Bite Inhibition: Teach Your Puppy Not to Bite — 2 Comments

  1. Playing with your puppy can be fun yet painful. Try correcting and redirecting your puppy when they bite you. Using a simple “no” when they bite you and offering a toy that they can bite can be very effective as well.

    REMEMBER!!! Always make sure your puppy is well exercised…this should help with the biting as well.

  2. I am a fan of Ian Dunbar too!

    Anyway, I find moving away works excellently. Since biting will often happen during play, just taking a quick break (30 seconds to a minte) will usually do the trick for us. I don’t even have to say anything. He wants to keep playing!

    But it has to happen right after the bite so the dog can clearly connect the biting with the end of play.

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