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What You Need To Know To Teach Your Puppy Not To Bite

By Kerry Mathews

Puppies do not understand the difference between nibbling and biting and as the dog owner you will need to get him to understand the difference between the two. Training a puppy not to bite is one of the top training problems you will have to deal with.

Everytime your puppy bites you, or anyone else, firmly say, “No” to the puppy. If the puppy persists you can utilize a spray bottle full of water and spray the puppy in his face and say “No” at the same time. A lot of trainers have utilized bitter apple spray that they spray on the area of the body that the dog is biting, just like your legs. As soon as the dog tastes the bitter apple, they will not like it and that may help show the puppy that biting is bad.

You must correct any harsh puppy behavior as soon as possible so the dog realizes why you are correcting him. Now there is a time when some puppies will automatically start growling and possibly bite and that’s when he is eating. Be sure to teach your kids to leave the puppy alone while he is eating, due to the fact that dogs are naturally prone to bite if they are disturbed while they are eating.

Training a dog not to bite shouldn’t have to be a hard training process. There are puppy and older dog obedience training lessons you can do right at home without having to drive to ongoing physical classes.

The lessons will show you how to train your dog for every issue area you’re dealing with. By teaching your puppy the correct positive behavior hand signals, you will have a well behaved and happy dog at home.

One person in the home must be appointed the master, yet other family members must learn the signals as well. Training your puppy can be an enjoyable experience and puppies are fast learning and aspire to please their owner so training is worthwhile for your puppy and for the family.

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Mathews, Kerry "What You Need To Know To Teach Your Puppy Not To Bite." What You Need To Know To Teach Your Puppy Not To Bite. 21 Jun. 2010. 30 Jan 2015 <>.

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