You need to teach your puppy “no bite”.
Its really very easy.
When your pup bites you, gently grab the lower jaw with your thumb on the inside under the tongue and gently give pressure quickly as you say “no bite” and release the jaw right away.
If the pup goes to bite again repeat the process.
I find after giving the command if I ask for kisses and get a lick I praise the pup and this helps the process along.
Be consistent. It truly does work.
I start this training on my pups at about 4 weeks of age so when they go to their new homes they already know the command “no bite”.
Try it, it works, be consistent (as you should with any training).
Problems with house training a pet, a senior dog with incontinence, etc.?
This method works great.
Clean the area as you normaly would. But does the dog or cat keep going back and squatting on that same spot? Even though you cleaned it well?
Even, if they don’t do this, do you keep smelling urine? I know I do because I have a good nose for it.
If you are not smelling it but your pet is still squating in that spot, that is because their sense of smell is so much more intense than yours.
Once the area you cleaned is dry, sprinkle baking soda all over the area. Let it sit over night (or for at least 8 hours) and vaccume up the next day.
You will be amazed at the difference and I bet your pet will leave it alone as well.