I don't know if you will come back to see this, but this thread is about young puppies biting, which is perfectly normal. I don't know what you mean by a "nibble/bite" (people have different interpretations of quite what these are), but a behaviour that is normal and usually grown out of in a young puppy, may be undesirable in an older dog.bucker said:THANK YOU FOR PUTTING THIS ON - I WAS BEGINNING TO THINK OUR 1 YEAR OLD BOY COOPER WAS JUST BEING BAD AS WE HAD ANOTHER LAB WHEN I WAS GROWING UP AND SHE NEVER BITE ONCE, WHERE AS COOPER WILL HAVE A NIBLE/BITE AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE
My son is a big eleven year old, my puppy is 13 weeks.Parsy said:Jess is 8 weeks and has just had her first injections. We got her at just over 6 weeks which we knew was not ideal. Everthing is going great regarding toilet training etc. The onlly problem which we knew was going to happen is the biting. If its not the trees in the garden its your hands !!
I can say NO and naughty and she will leave me alone and go in a huff either behind me or lie on the floor, however my 12 year old son is in bits as he cant seem to get her to react the same. She even jusped yesterday and caught his lip making him bleed.
As I said I feel myself and my wife are certainly winning the battle however my young son Im not so sure feels he is.
Anyone any tips on lowering a 12 year olds voice