September 30, 2022

How to Train your Puppy to Stop Biting


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61 thoughts on “How to Train your Puppy to Stop Biting

  1. who else was watching this while their puppy was biting you

    Woah- it’s been two years- I still have my dog though, no more biting problem anymore 😂

    1. Yea my puppy is insane ankle biting arm biting hands ect he never bites where it hurts me but it’s annoying as hell im loosing my mind he is only 10 weeks old

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    1. Any recommendations for when the “puppy” is 8 months old and 50 pounds? We got him as a pet rescue and he’s been in kennels for the last 6 months. He’s very sweet and very gentle when taking treats, but he bounces off of us when he gets excited and nips at us. He’s very smart and has picked up several commands in the week we’ve had him. I know we have to be patient, but he’s a big dog and his bites are painful (he doesn’t do it all the time and we have found chew toys he likes, but we’re still learning as well).

  3. My parents yells at our 3 months old pup when he bites them. I said “stop yelling at him, he won’t understand what you’re saying. Yelling at him to stop is like yelling at a baby to stop crying”

    1. @Tatiana Tapia there are other things to try as well. Like letting the dog bite you and yelping in a high pitch tone. Then make he/her lay down or sit. Then praise them with a treat not right away but show them hey I got a treat but you gotta stay and calm down. It’s hard. I got a 3 month old great dane she loves biting in the feet. She also gets a little to ruff but I correct her with a toy sometimes I yell and give a small tap no harmful tap. Say bad girl and she will stop. Calm down eat then sleep.

    2. @Pizza Pigeon 042922. Pizza Pigeon, “She thinks training is yelling and hitting” <- Mom needs good training, or be limited to just having something like a pet rock. She's abusing, not training.

  4. I point my finger at my pup to tell her no don’t bite and then she just starts eating my finger too

    1. lol XD just raise ur voice a little maybe so she gets kinda shocked, then she probably wont bite u again(hopefully)

    2. I had to get her arm to put her in her mouth and to see how she feel and know that she did that those dogs need to stay under control and not being hyper all the time she keep on moving one place on the couch and won’t stay one side of the couch but to keep on moving both side but didn’t behaved like any other dog and what your dog bite one of your finger not good ideas because that is a bad habit that is what dog is doing to human’s finger all of those really need to be fixed and really need this help before taking her out anywhere 😲😯😮

    1. YES mine too .. now I just give a slight (not super slight) slap on the side of the stomach and loudly say NO BITING

  5. The thing is, my puppy still bites even when I yelp and I walk off and he just keeps attacking my feet and ankles

    1. @Seiken-kun I shall answer for ya , mine now only nips when ultra excited , she’s gotten addicted to licking, so depending on how boring u make biting you be they should eventually stop , they bite cause we do something when they do , for attention so don’t give it , I also gave treats when she licked instead of bit

    2. Sounds like a fun game for him. I’d like it if I were a dog too. It would positively reinforce that behavior in fact.

  6. Thank you so much!! This is perfect, my new puppy is in her puppy biting phase and I wanted to know what I could do to discourage it, and this is perfect!

  7. We went to Arkansas and my parents surprised us with a papillon her name is Milly. And now we are getting another puppy named milo. These videos are really helpful thank you!!!!!!

  8. Me: sitting on a chair
    My dog: walks by
    Me: moves my feet one millimeter
    My dog: oh ur testing me now
    Also my dog: starts destroying my feet

  9. I love your videos! They’ve been extremely helpful and for the first time I’m beyond enjoying the puppy phase! ❤️

  10. This has seriously saved and taught me so much about training. I am literally teaching myself how to train my puppy and it has little to do with them, so much as it does starting with me. Thank you

  11. I just wanted to send a huge thank you. Our 3 month old standard poodle was biting, jumping, etc. I watched a bunch of your videos and was able to do some training with her and the change in her behavior in a short time has been such blessing. Thank you again!!

  12. I’ve been watching your vids and using the advice on my dog and it’s working. I’ve only had him for a month and he already knows how to sit, lay down, shake paw, and is potty trained. Thank you for these vids.

  13. *I thought this was a really good **** especially for new puppy owners. It had been awhile since I last raised a puppy and wanted to do it better this time with less frustration (puppies are hard!) All of the techniques and suggestions for training were spot on.*

  14. We recently adopted a new puppy and I feel like I had to learn to train them all over again! Your tips are very realistic and have been helpful so far. I hope to stop my pup from biting soon!

  15. *Linda was always a pet lover. She grew up with cats and dogs, and as an adult she never went a day without one. Her current dog, a German shepherd named Max, was no exception. Linda loved spending time with Max, taking him for walks and playing fetch in the park.*

    However, there was one problem: Max had a tendency to bite. Linda had tried everything she could think of to stop him, but nothing seemed to work. Finally, she decided to take an online Dog training course.

    *The course was informative and helpful, and it taught Linda some new techniques for dealing with Max’s biting problem. She was excited to put what she had learned into practice.*

    Within a few weeks, Linda was happy to see that Max’s biting had decreased significantly. He was still a playful and friendly dog, but he no longer posed a danger to those around him. Linda was relieved and grateful that she had taken the course. It was clear that it had made a big difference in Max’s behavior.

    1. Great job, Linda! You’re a responsible pet owner and you’re doing everything you can to make sure your dog is well-behaved. Keep it up!

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