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How to Train a PUPPY to STOP BITING




Stop puppy biting!
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Videos I reference in this video:
How to Potty Train your Puppy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vOXWCewEYM
How to teach your Puppy to wear a leash and harness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RjysDKW528
How to teach your Dog to Stop Barking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0A9SpCdRZg

10 comments
  1. Maggie Maggie

    Someone told me that when a puppy bites your fingers, a trick is to take their own lip between their own teeth for short second, this way to let them experience the link between biting and pain? I dont know if this is just a rumour or something one could try. I am thinking of getting a New puppy, our dog died last year. He was very gentle and I dont recall him biting much as a pup

  2. fallenshroom

    What do I do if my puppy is constantly running to grass or small rocks? Whenever I go to my backyard to play with my dog after not even a minute he runs over to the fence and starts to eat the rocks or the weeds growing out from the other side.

  3. Letsago19

    My dog is a miniature Goldendoodle (more poodle than retriever). He bites everything in site and has gotten a lot more curious of our house. These too things are a bad combination, as we have lots of tech in our house and we really don’t want him biting on wires. It is almost impossible to train him as when we have treats in our hand, he will do whatever we want, if we do not have treats in our hand, he will either not do it at all, or do it expecting a treat and then get mad when we don’t give him one. And this is on the rare occasion that he will stop and listen, even for a treat. He typically just runs circles around us taking a nip at our pants each lap. We’re happy that he at least understands the commands we’ve taught him (sit and come), and we’re also trying to be more patient since he just turned 10 weeks old. I might update this comment if he get’s worse or better, if he get’s better I’ll be sure to mention when he stopped and hopefully why. Stay safe puppy owners

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