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Some Reasons Why Your Dog Could Be Biting

By Maxwell Jordan

You’re in a lot of shock when you see your dog chasing behind your scared mailman. This is the third mailman that your dog has ran down and your hoping he doesn’t bite this mailman because your running out of options on what to do with your dog biting other people.

So you begin chasing after your dog and hop you are going to be able to catch him before he bites. Now after you have caught your dog you decide you want to try to find out what you can do to prevent your dog from biting other people.

Well the first thing that you have to do if you’re going to prevent your dog from biting other people is to find out why he is biting people. Dog aggression is one of the things that causes your dog’s biting problems.

If you think that your dog’s biting problem is linked to him being an aggressive dog then you will need to consult with your vet about what you can do. Usually you’ll want to put your dog in a training program that will assist you when it comes to fundamental obedience of how to control your dog’s biting habit. However, if your dog still bites even after he has been through an obedience course you will want to ask the instructor what else you can do to prevent the dog from biting.

A suggestion that was given before to other people has been a gentle leader or muzzle. The gentle leader is pretty much a kind of lead that will let you have complete control of your dogs head.

Not only that the gentle leader is straightforward to utilize, but you will want to have one that is sized properly for your dog because they can be difficult to adjust. However, You will total control of the head and as you know wherever the lead goes the body has no choice to follow.

You will also need keep your dog on a leash when he has the gentle leader on. Remember though to follow the recommendations on the package for wear and use of the gentle leader to prevent harm to you and your dog.

Dog biting can be a very powerful problem that dog owners will have to face. You have many options available to help you address the dog biting problem, but you will almost certainly need obedience courses of some type to help you control your dogs biting habit.

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Jordan, Maxwell "Some Reasons Why Your Dog Could Be Biting." Some Reasons Why Your Dog Could Be Biting. 4 Jul. 2010. 13 Apr 2015 <>.

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Jordan, M (2010, July 4). Some Reasons Why Your Dog Could Be Biting. Retrieved April 13, 2015, from

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