The basic process of teaching a puppy not to bite involves making the puppy aware that biting hurts humans through the use of sound and limited physical exertion. Behavior modification can include several different appro... More »

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Start training a puppy not to bite by first teaching it bite inhibition. Allow the puppy to mouth on the hands during play until it bites too hard. When this happens, immediately give a high-pitched yelp and let the hand... More »

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Train your puppy not to bite by reinforcing positive behavior, offering distractions and teaching gentle play. You can also try giving time-outs and ignoring your puppy when he tries to bite. More »

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Train your puppy not to bite by reinforcing positive behavior, offering distractions and teaching gentle play. You can also try giving time-outs and ignoring your puppy when he tries to bite. More »

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Start training a puppy not to bite by first teaching it bite inhibition. Allow the puppy to mouth on the hands during play until it bites too hard. When this happens, immediately give a high-pitched yelp and let the hand... More »

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Adopt a rescue puppy in Pennsylvania by visiting RescueMe.org or the Home At Last Dog Rescue website. RescueMe.org is a nationwide online database of adoptable animals, including dogs and puppies. Home At Last is a dog r... More »

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The legality of adopting and owning a wolf puppy varies by each state's exotic animals laws, according to Slate. As of 2013, 21 states ban the practice of privately owning a wolf as a pet, while 21 other states have vary... More »

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