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Dog Training Tip - Biting

Most people who own a puppy know how troublesome the biting stage is. Most puppies face the stage where they bite everything, and everyone. Your puppy has to be taught not to bite, or else it may become a danger, to itself, to you, and to everyone else around you. Biting gets to be less of a problem when the dog is at a older age but to stop it at a young age, you have to take the right steps. Just like babies, puppies go through a teething stage as well. Just be patient and purchase many toys to alleviate this issue.


Puppies will learn to their biting reflexes from their mothers and from their siblings. When your puppy gets overenthusiastic, whether it is during nursing or playing, the mother dog, or any of the other puppies, will be fast to find a way to solve it.

Disappointingly, this does not always naturally occur for puppies. This is partially because many puppies are taken away from their mothers while they are still young. Due to this, it makes the new dog owner have to do something about it.

The reason why putting your puppy with other pups is a great way to solve the biting problems is that the other dogs will correct the issue right away if it happens. Keep in mind that puppies will bite one and another while playing but it is only when it becomes too rough that the other dog will take action. Many experts recommend that you let your puppy socialize with other dogs before the age of 12 weeks (3 months).

Besides introducing your puppy to other pets, you should also introduce your puppy to a wide range of different people too. This includes young children, seniors, men, women, and people of various ethnic backgrounds.

Socializing your puppy with other people and animals is not the only way to prevent any unwanted aggression from your pup though. Give your puppy toys that he can play with so he can control his biting. Provide chew toys, ropes, and other toys that your puppy can chew on because this allows him or her to take out any anger or just bite on something else. As well, keep his teeth polished and do not let him chew on things that he shouldn't t, even if it means punishing him.

Make sure that no one in your family or that visits your household encourages your puppy to bite because training your puppy not to bite is a consistent process. Even if only one person lets him or her chew on something that everyone else does not, this will send the puppy mixed singles and he or she will think that it is something that is okay to do or at least when the people who are against it are not around. However you plan on helping your puppy stop the biting habits, you have to remember that it takes patience. You can either go about this by socializing your pet with other puppies or by making sure chew toys and that such are available but whatever method you use, be patient!