Are you still struggling with a Lab that likes to bite just a little too much? Have you tried to get them to stop to no avail? One of the biggest problems for many dog owners is that while they may be trying the most commonly successful training methods, nothing works unless you are willing to stick with it. You can train virtually any breed to stop biting, but the most important thing to keep in mind is that without consistency and repetition, you are not likely to ever reach your goal.
In the natural world, biting is one of the many forms of exploring the environment dogs use. They also bite as part of play and of assuming their role in the pack. While this might be acceptable in the wild, this type of behavior is in no way acceptable in the domesticated world. Something that might seem to your pup to be a playful nip could result in legal actions and the risk of your pup being put down. It is your job to teach your pooch that in your world, and what is now his world, biting is not allowed.
The one thing about training your Lab to not bite is that there are no prerequisites, no laundry list of supplies, and no specific places where you need to complete the training. You need to have plenty of time and patience to work with your pup, a few treats, and a few chew-toys. The rest is all about repeating the training. Bear in mind that most dogs will gradually slow down on how often they nip or bite as part of maturing, but you should still plan to teach your pup this very important skill.