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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The duration of puppy biting depends largely on a puppy's training. Owners must be patient and consistent in teaching puppies not to bite. Puppies can learn from several techniques to help them learn good behavior. More »

One of the simplest and most effective ways to teach puppies not to bite is to simply stop all play and attention as soon as they nip. Since most puppy biting is playful, this teaches them that biting results in the oppo... More »

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One of the simplest and most effective ways to teach puppies not to bite is to simply stop all play and attention as soon as they nip. Since most puppy biting is playful, this teaches them that biting results in the oppo... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Pets Dogs

The duration of puppy biting depends largely on a puppy's training. Owners must be patient and consistent in teaching puppies not to bite. Puppies can learn from several techniques to help them learn good behavior. More »

Help a puppy learn to stop biting by yelping or speaking sternly during play as he mouths on your hands, and then by giving short timeouts. Reward the puppy during play when he is gentle instead of biting and when he sto... 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 »