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How To Prevent Your Puppy From Biting – Professional Dog Training Tips

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Date: 2019-05-06 23:30:02

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In this video, Instructor Steve will show you how to prevent your puppy from biting you. In our last puppy biting video, we showed you how to quickly teach your puppy that biting isn’t acceptable behavior. Today, we will talk about teaching your puppy to show a little more restraint when it comes to using their sharp little teeth on skin. This video will add a tool to your tool belt so you can teach your puppy to have a little more self-control, while having fun and burning off some puppy energy! It’s a great step in teaching your puppy that you are someone worth listening to. It’s also something that’s absolutely necessary for your puppy to understand. With all of our training, the 3 things you need to ensure is that you’re clear, consistent and fair. With a little work and some good information, your puppy can learn that biting people is never okay.

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