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Subject: 10 Weeks Husky puppy biting Tue Dec 27, 2016 9:53 am
Hello i own a 10 weeks female husky
my puppy bites a lot all the time! and i tried few things i give her treats when she stops biting and i say NO when ever she bites, but it seems that the biting is getting worst and not better what could i do ?
Most puppies are trying in to incite play. yelping loudly like her litter mate would do and then stop playing is usually the first line of defense. If the one thing she wants disappears when she starts biting most will catch on that that isn't how they get what they want. Second line of defense is spraying your hands with bitter apple spray and let her try biting a couple times so she gets the hint that your hands taste nasty and that's not fun.