Magnolia618 wrote:Try using one of those chain leashes. He probably wont want to chew on that.
I'm not really sure why you cant just stop him from chewing on his normal leash. If he starts, take it away and hold it at the base so he cant get to it. If he bites you, MAKE him stop.
I guess you would have to see for yourself.
I try all the no's that I can, he doesn't listen.
I try with a few pop's to the collar and say no, he doesn't listen.
I walk him around and try to set his attention to something else, he doesn't listen.
I give him a toy, he spits it out.
I give him a treat and tell him to sit, he just keeps chewing away.
I try to get the leash out of his mouth, and he has a death grip on it.
I'm telling you, its not as easy as saying no. How can you just say "don't let him chew on it" when he starts to chew on me when I try to stop him.
When he attacks me, he starts pouncing and barking (its like a play bark) then he jumps up and tries to bite me all over.
now tell me how I'm supposed to stop him when he has my whole arm in his mouth??