How To Train Puppy To Stop Biting!

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Suppressing play-biting/mouthing/nipping is the leading priority for new puppy parents. Uniformity & a good, gentle approach permits us to swiftly & effectively teach a puppy to make the right options. The focus is on showing the puppy the ideal habits, rather than correcting them for clearing up mistakes. Keep in mind that young puppies like to connect with their human(s) in all type of ways, and gain from every communication that we have with them.

As a choice to utilizing aversive punishment, this multi-faceted strategy enables us to creatively connect with our pets by using positive support and utilizing a relationship that is based on rely on & regard.

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14 Responses to “How To Train Puppy To Stop Biting!”

  1. i watch this as my baby rottie sits here and chews up my toes

  2. Sam Brentwood May 6, 2015 at 6:44 am

    Our shepherd is not biting to play, his tail is down and he is attacking.
    It’s really hard to want to even be around him.

  3. Got a 70 pound ,7 month old german shepard that chews up my walls and
    everything else.. 

  4. My puppy listens when i have treats, but only focuses on that and loses all
    attention when i try something without treats. is that normal?

  5. Nada Errarhib May 6, 2015 at 7:37 am

    My german shephard is 3months old now. she really reallllllyyy bites and it
    hurts a lot. She knows the word No, and when use it when she bites me it
    just aggravates her and she starts running around till she stops in front
    of me jumps and bites my hand again. No toy whatsoever seems to please her!
    she just loooooves biting my hands and arms! and if i’m standing oh boy do
    my leg feel her pointy teeth! I try time out but as soon as she’s out it
    starts all over again! my legs and hands are begging you for advice

  6. caitlin macdonald May 6, 2015 at 8:12 am
  7. Rebecca Romero May 6, 2015 at 8:12 am

    I have a 3 month old pitbull, she bites more on my hands and legs and tries
    to bite my toddlers .. how do i stop it? 

  8. Thank you so much. I just adopted a 6 month old German Shepherd/Border
    Collie cross. She’s had no training, and the ‘ouch’ solution to puppy
    biting is useless, she simply didn’t understand what I was trying to
    communicate to her, and it just excited her more. She has already responded
    to ‘off’! the first time I attempted it. I have a long way to go, and will
    be watching all of your videos. I love your positive approach to training.
    :)

  9. Dhruav Khurana May 6, 2015 at 8:46 am

    This actually worked for my dog. He is a 2 months old Labra ! at first he
    dint respond to my NO shout but i repeated it again he dint respond to that
    too. But i waited patiently and said no after every 30 sec and dint give
    him a reward until then he finally backed off and i gave him his reward.
    Now i have tried this trick many times with him and now he know what a NO
    means.
    Thanks +Training Positive !!

  10. Mr. Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakitanatahu but call me Bob May 6, 2015 at 9:42 am

    yes! xd thats what i needed

  11. PokeMadness1996 May 6, 2015 at 10:19 am

    I wanna train it not to bite friends and family but to bite criminals 

  12. Great video! I agree as I have had many clients who think google is the
    answer to everything. Very sad to think how many people use physical
    force/punishment on a puppy who is only doing what a puppy naturally does.
    People don’t give their pups enough credit as far as how quickly they learn
    and enjoy positive training and how this mouthy behavior can be managed
    pretty fast. Thanks for the awesome videos.

  13. Yassine Rajaoui May 6, 2015 at 10:34 am

    Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else wants to uncover
    puppy training tricks try Grathaw Canine Teaching Expert (just google it )
    ? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my partner got amazing
    results with it.

  14. I used this method on my 2 month old shepherd. It works very well. She
    still will try to nip but she listens to my 3 year and all of my other
    children. She goes to nip then they tell her “OFF” and she sits down. It
    is great. We all sit with her and keep practicing, and she is getting it.
    Thanks so much. First I tried that YELP method and she only tried to bite
    harder. This is the ticket for my little Bella!