mnp13 wrote:And for bitter apple... give them a solid squirt in the mouth. Make sure you get them good and full. Do that two or three days in a row. Then the second they smell it on anything they will not go near it. If regualr bitter apple doesn't work, get the stuff from your vet.
Sarahdee wrote:The obedience teacher actually said, he thinks I'm too much of a pushover and my voice and face are too sweet, and the dog knows it.
So the dog knows he can get over on me I guess.
He said maybe he is not the right kind of dog for me.
I said I will do whatever I have to in order to train him.
Magnolia618 wrote:I had a foster who would do this. When she was excited, she loooved to jump up and bite your chin. Every time she did this, I would hold her muzzle shut and VERY sternly say NO BITE!! Usually she was also in the process of licking me while she did it, so I often caught her tongue in her teeth (not hard) when I held her mouth shut. She did not like that and it caught on very quickly.
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