No matter what the breed, all puppies are mouthy by nature, it is how they explore their environment.The name "Pit Bull" is now being used to describe several different breeds, including the Staffordshire Terrier, the American Bull Terrier, and several others. All of these breeds have exceptionally strong jaws and if not properly trained can cause serious injury when biting. While your Bully puppy is teething, biting on anything simply feels good while he is teething, but you can give him chew toys for this. It is when he decides your fingers, hands, arms, toes, feet, and legs make the best chew toy, that you have a problem.
Biting and mouthing is a natural activity for puppies. Not only does it help with teething, but out in the wild, it helps each member of the litter establish their spot in their family and then in their pack. The problem is that in most homes this type of behavior is not only unnecessary but also completely unacceptable. However, it is your job to teach this to your dog. Sound like fun? It can be if you take the time to make the whole training process fun for both of you.
Training your Bully not to bite is not as challenging as you might think. It takes more time and patience than anything. The only things you really need are treats, chew toys, your pup, and a quiet place to work on the training. Patience is going to be your best friend. If your pup sees you becoming irritable and overexcited, he is going to echo this behavior, which will make training that much harder.