Your Corso is extremely intelligent and longs to please you, and so it will not be difficult for you to train her when protection behavior is appropriate and when it is not, and what the rules are regarding mouth play.
Will it be easy for me to train Him To Sit & Not bite hard when playing?
Hello Taijah, The training itself is not difficult - what you actually have to do is pretty simple, but it will probably take her several months to learn it reliably. That is not because this method is necessarily hard but because it takes most puppies several months to learn to control their mouths with almost any method consistently. The control happens gradually, meaning that the biting should gradually decrease all the time, until it stops, opposed to one day just stopping suddenly. Puppies go through a teething period and a jaw development period, and they are mentally immature at first and have to learn self-control through practice. Biting is natural for a dog - especially during play. Teaching a puppy not to bite takes consistency and practice. As you practice and are consistent and she outgrows teething and jaw development, and mentally matures and has better self-control she should improve though. Best of luck training, Caitlin Crittenden
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