Puppy Mouthing / Biting

It is imperative that you teach your puppy mouthing is unacceptable at an early age, as it can be a serious habit to carry into an adult dog.

  • Teach your puppy that mouthing at any time stops play and attention immediately.
  • When your puppy bites, get up and walk out of the room for a short time.
  • Come back in and resume play and attention.
  • If your puppy mouths again, play stops again. If she keeps her teeth to herself, the game and attention continues.
  • Give your puppy appropriate toys to keep her entertained and redirect mouthing onto something appropriate.
  • By using a rubber Kong toy stuffed with puppy appropriate food, you are turning a mouthing puppy into a dog that is playing with you through the toy.

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