Huskies love to nibble. In fact, while your Husky is still a pup, biting and chewing are probably amongst his favorite pastimes. At times it can seem as though he doesn't do anything but chase you around trying to nip at you. Puppies who are teething will bite on just about anything they can get their mouths around to help ease the pain, much like babies. If you don't take the time to discourage this habit at the earliest stages, you may find it harder to stop your pooch from biting other people.
Part of figuring out how to stop your Husky from biting lies in finding out why he is doing so. Puppies will bite anything and anyone in their quest for relief from teething. Not only is this how they cut their new teeth, but in the wild, it helps them to learn about their environment and how to protect themselves. Your pup might no longer need to hunt for his food, but biting still comes naturally to him. It may take some time for you to train him to go against his natural instincts.
Of all the supplies you need to train Shaggy not to bite, making sure you have enough time to work with him until he learns not to bite is the most important. There are a few things you might find come in handy during the training sessions. These include:
Remember, when it comes to any form of training, be patient and work with Shaggy until he is ready to master this very important behavior.
we have 2 cats and one dog and the dog bites the cats and I'm scared the dog will hurt the cats what do we do. he's in his tooting phase and the cats are completely terrified of him to the point that whenever they see the dog they hiss uncontrollably. so we hav e the cats in one room mostly all day whenever they walk the dog we take the cats out. What do we do?
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