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Teacup Pomeranian Chewing
Controlling Dog Chewing
Controlling Pomeranian Puppy chewing can be difficult at first because the small nipping of a new Teacup Pomeranian Puppy seems like a harmless, and almost sweet, sentiment to let a new owner know that their Pomeranian Puppy loves them. Unfortunately, though, this sweet nipping can actually hurt, as puppies have extremely sharp teeth, but it can also lead to biting or excessive chewing that may result in the harm of a person or the damage of owner property.
puppies need to chew, especially as puppies when they are teething. This is also
a way that they learn about their environment. Just as small babies will chew on
things when their teeth hurt or when they are curious as to what an object is,
so will puppies. Adult dogs need to chew in order to help keep their mouths free
of bacteria and plaque, but many adult
dogs end up chewing out of boredom, lack of socialization or exercise, or just
because they still have a lot of Teacup Pomeranian Puppy play in them. Whatever
the reason, controlling this habit needs to happen in order to protect your
personal property as well as preventing your Pomeranian Puppy from trying
to chew on a family member or visitor.
In order to control your Teacup Pomeranian Puppy chewing, it is essential to stop all biting and nipping before it gets out of control. If you have a Teacup Pomeranian Puppy, this is a perfect time to begin subsiding this behavior. As cute as it is to have your sweet little pup chewing on your wrist or fingers, this only promotes the behavior. If they begin nipping or play biting at your wrists, immediately stop the behavior, tell them no and move them to a dog toy or a rawhide chew. This should be adamantly repeated and even during Teacup Pomeranian Puppy playtime, chewing or biting should not be tolerated.
Having a small collection of dog toys, rawhides or safe dog bones is an especially helpful way to control the chewing habit. It will also be helpful to always keep a watchful eye on a pup or dog while they are chewing to make sure they do not move on to other items that are not on their list of approved chew toys. Another helpful tip is to place them inside of their dog crate once you have given them a chew toy, this way they can begin to learn boundaries of what is theirs and what is off limits to them.
Another important preventative method is to never allow dogs or puppies to chew on anything that is a personal possession. Even if you have an old set of shoes that you were just going to throw away, letting your dog chew on these only gives them the signal that they can chew on other shoes in your closet. Remember that they cannot differentiate between old and new shoes or expensive and cheap ones!