Puppies have a knack for pushing boundaries.  They will do their best to remember which person or animal allows them to play rough.  It is not uncommon for a puppy to not bite the adults, but then bite the children in their family.  The key to fixing this is consistency!  Everyone that interacts with the puppy must use the same rules when it comes to puppy biting.

To keep puppies from biting you should avoid rough games that promote roughness. Waiting until your puppy has a more developed understanding of bite inhibition until you bring back games like tug of war. Holding off on these types of games will save you lots of trouble in the future.


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