Why is your puppy biting?
Being overtired is one of the most common reasons we see puppies exhibit overly bitey and nippy behaviour.
When your puppy gets too excited they might start biting
Puppy biting can be also an indicator that they don't like some of your actions
There are three fundamental things you'll learn with this course
Learn why your puppy is biting and how to create a routine to stop it
Discover fun activities that will mentally stimulate your dog, so they'll be busy with games and not biting
Learn how to combine physical and mental stimulation to get you through the biting stage
How long does it take to stop puppy biting
We worked with animal behaviourists and trainers to create an easy-to-follow seven-step course. If you only spend ten minutes a day for one week, you will see the results.
What do you need to stop puppy biting?
Puppy biting is a very common thing, so you can easily solve this problem. Because puppy biting often happens when your dog is not mentally stimulated, we'd need a selection of items that would help with mental stimulation. Here's what you'll need: treats, appropriate chew toys (cold carrots, Kong, Lickimat), cream cheese, a couple of small towels with a knot tied in the middle and a crate