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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Puppies generally bite to get attention or to play, so consistently redirecting or ignoring a biting puppy is the most effective way to teach it not to bite. It is also important to provide the puppy with plenty of appro... 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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Most puppy biting is a way to explore the world around them and learn social cues, or to seek attention. Like dogs of any age, puppies may also bite due to pain or extreme fear. More »

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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Dogs often bite when humans intervene while they are playing or fighting with another dog. Guarding resources, such as toys or food, can also lead a dog to bite. More »

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