My pom-toy fox terrier has gotten really bad about biting me. Like when I try to pet him or pick him up he's not attacking me its like hes playing but its aggressive but he didn't do it at first and he doesn't do it to my husband. He wont listen when I tell him No biting and I dont know how to discipline him with him being so small and I cant afford to do any obedience classes or have a trainer come in.
Toy Pom Terrier Breed Maintenance
Grooming requirements for The Toy Pom Terrier will vary depending on the makeup of their coat. They are prone to shedding, regardless of the length of their coat. For short-haired Toy Pom Terriers, weekly brushing will be sufficient, but for longer coats bi-weekly brushing is ideal. This breed can have sensitive skin and skin allergies so it is worth taking precautions in that regard; use unscented or gentle shampoos to avoid irritating their skin. Toy Fox Terriers hate water, so bathing may be stressful for Toy Pom Terriers as well. They may be sensitive to cold if they have short coats, so be sure to keep water temperatures warm during bathing and dry these pups thoroughly afterward. Due to the Pomeranian’s susceptibility to early tooth loss, weekly, or even daily, tooth brushing is a good precaution to take with Toy Pom Terriers as well.