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Puppy biting kids

Discussion in 'Pit Bull Puppy Discussions' started by Pumpkinsm0mma, Sep 26, 2017.

  1. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    You got some really go advice here, nothing I can really add. Except to say that when my dog (now 6) was a puppy, she was obsessed with bare legs and toes. I'd get out of the shower and she'd immediately start licking my legs and want to chew on my toes. She went to a lot of stores as a puppy, and would go up to anyone wearing sandals and try chewing their toes. Luckily, she did outgrow it, but she was never being mean about it.

    It sounds like your puppy is being a typical puppy. Nothing I'd worry about.
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  2. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    OMG HAHA! Them ears! I would love to see more pics of this little heathen :) Also please keep us updated on your progress and the pups growth.
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  3. Derek1

    Derek1 Big Dog

    I don't have a thing to say that hasn't been said. Really cute pup,and tug is o e of the best games with a pup they all love it. My dog was a brutal biter at 3/4 months, they do slowly Learn how not to bite to hard. I used to sit on the couch while I was watching tv and hold a toy and let that little demon tug himself right to sleep.
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  4. EstyEsty

    EstyEsty Little Dog Premium Member

    I have a “Peetie stick” that to this day I use on her and pop her butt to make her settle down! Most times now I just have to say it and she knows she’s in trouble! Lol
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  5. Eden86

    Eden86 Little Dog

    Such a cute pup and those ears will keep you entertained for a while. I'm also a fan of tug, its good bonding and puppers love it. It's been a good way to teach Grace to stop and look at me when she's getting excited as well. That comes in handy.
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  6. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    That focus ^ is exactly what you're looking for.
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  7. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    I think Teddy was in lock up when he was supposed to be learning all this stuff you are talking about! Lol
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  8. ETRaven2

    ETRaven2 Big Dog

    I'm another huge fan of tug. Wears them out and you can teach them how to "shut off" as well.
    Also, flirt pole.
    As for the kids, if she gets crazy, leash her immediately, so you have control of her zone and sometimes they need a crate time out. Sometimes if a pup is overtired they'll get devilish, and they have a hard time settling. Removing them from stimuli, like a crate time out sometimes helps them settle and be able to nap.
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