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Stop Puppy Biting: Training Puppies Not to Bite

Kathy Santo, professional dog trainer, discusses the dangers of allowing puppy biting, the importance of playing correctly and how to stop biting by deferring the behavior to a toy or more appropriate object.

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29 Responses

  1. Princess E.C
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    I just prepare the slipper

  2. Squart Kicks
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    When I tell my dog no and slightly slapping her thigh she keeps on aggressively barking and biting even more

  3. Gachaflower Rose
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    My puppy has all her teeth she just bites me she runs up to me bites my leg jumps up to bite my finger and everything

  4. Min And Tulips
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    Me: OUCH!
    Dog: Backs away and looks at my face. Not a second later he continued.

  5. Rhash Guevarra
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    Yeaaaaaaaaah, im not risking my hand for him to stop bitting

  6. R0bbo the robot
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    My baby pug always bites me

  7. Dingleberry The ButtPlugger
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    You guys say to be consistent with your puppy but I don't understand some of your advice. For example, in one video you say to be consistent with your dog by telling them at all times to stay off the couch. Never let your dog get on the couch with you when you feel it's right then scold your dog for being up there any other time. This supposedly sends mixed signals.

    Now, in this current vid, you're saying to tell the dog "no" when biting your hand, but then give him something to bite on. Does this not send mixed signals like it would in the couch instance?

    The point I'm conveying is that if you can show a dog the difference between biting your hand vs biting a toy, then you can show them the difference between siting on the couch when you're on it vs siting on the couch alone? Someone educate me, I may be thinking about it wrong.

  8. _xAmethyst Gamingx_
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    My puppy is deaf..

  9. ItzBeardedC
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    It’s 2am.. I don’t even have a dog 🤷🏻‍♀️

  10. Burnin Embers Official
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    So this doesn’t work for my 9 week old . Yet.

  11. Mato Boyo
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    No mu puppy doesnt bite me but the he attacking me with his claws

  12. Drew Mata
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    My 2 month year old border collie bit me and I yelled out “OUCH” and he bit me harder so I got a ice cube and put it in his bowl and he spit it out any suggestions

  13. roja saike
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    There are street dogs in building underground parking that are ripping bike seats. Recently i bought a new bike parked in the basement and next day the seat was ripped. What do i do with this ???

  14. Caitso 4
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    I just got a staffy and his jaw is very strong all he does it bite I’m trying to teach him because he could do a lot of damage when he’s older

  15. Sandra Hendricks
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    I’ll sure try it . I’m sure she’s teething , but sometimes she bites really hard.

  16. Cheese Ball99
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    Yelling ouch just made it worse

  17. Tori Kneen
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    the ouch works for me

  18. Herbert Moore
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    Puppies bite because they're getting use to their teeth. Some bites can be very harmful if a puppy has sharp teeth. Because puppies are playful, they may continue to bite when you tell them to stop, which is why you'll need to use rewards when they display proper behavior. You can get some helpful information about rewards in this blog post.

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    I feel like a proud mother

  20. Wig Snatched
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    Ty! All of these worked for my pup!

  21. Jennie
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    Ok but my puppy’s deaf.. he can’t hear me say ouch

  22. Bryan Reyes
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    My dog bit me so I bit him

    Jkjk i would never bite my dog

  23. Michael Barajas
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    You guys gotta see that that’s a different type of breed. I have a pit bull who always bites no matter what. I’m trying to stop him before my nephews move in so he wouldn’t bite them.

  24. Blevins Family
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    My dog more than all of you if I go touch him be bites scratches what a meany

  25. Osama Bin Laden
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    gonna try it now

  26. TheAg2661
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    She’s hot

  27. Courtney Michelle
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    What do you do when none of these methods work???

  28. Vinay Bhimapaka
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    My pup bites harder Everytime I say ouch

  29. Picco Lina
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    Can anyone tell me what breed is the dog at 1:30 mine looks identical. I’ve been trying to figure out what breed is mine. Thanks

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