Sarahdee wrote:So that was good. He did eat up one of my bras when I was folding clothes. I couldn't get that thing out of his mouth. He loves going after my clothes
mnp13 wrote:Sarahdee wrote:So that was good. He did eat up one of my bras when I was folding clothes. I couldn't get that thing out of his mouth. He loves going after my clothes
Though that sounds like it was funny, allowing him to continue things like this will continually undermine your training. If you can't get things out of his mouth, don't give him the chance to get them in his mouth.
Sarahdee wrote:I have had the pup for about 4 weeks now and he is about 7 months old.
He is getting alot better, but he still attacks me and bites my arms.
I know he is playing, but I need to stop this now.
nothing has worked to get him to stop being mouthy.
I have to put him in his crate because I can't stop him.
I have been using the rock bottle trick and that works, but I don't always have the bottle around when he goes nuts!
any suggestions to make him stop.
rockermom wrote:Naahh I dont think your crazy. I get what your saying. GOod point. My dog was mouthy too and needed to learn not to bite hard. He still does play bite but gets corrected when he wont stop when told. He has learned not to bite hard and if gets me by accident when playing tug etc if I say owe. He drops down. When I first got him I read all this stuff about how pitbulls should never be putting teeth on human skin. I never wanted him nipping or play biting etc. But then I read about dogs and bite inhabition and realized I wanted him to learn. Glad I did.
Now I am interested in your game when the zoomies happen. Also cans in the trash? My dog is a crazy zoomer sometimes when certian company visit. He does a few tricks company love to see that too. But they do not involve running around.
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