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Is it normal for labrador puppy to be aggressive and bite family members or is it his palyful nature?

I have a fawn color male Labrador. He is 80 days old but his problem is he bites every member of the house whenever he is in a mood to play and barks at the same time. He is quite aggressive for his age and breed. So is it okay for a Labrador or is it his playful nature. Because sometimes he bites from behind too. How to curb his nature? Thanks!
By apoorv sharma · 20 Jun 2011 5:32 pm

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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 21 Jun 2011 11:17 am
As per my opinion biting should never be encouarged at this young age, there might be also possibility that biting because of teething, you can give him lot of chew toys, raw hide bones, and good quality ropes for teething. Yes labs are playful nature but dont ever encourage biting you or your family member. When ever he bites you just ignore him by moving out from him, so that he understand that this behaviour is not desirable.
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By pennypup · 21 Jun 2011 7:35 pm
I agree with KamalRaj, if your puppy bites you, you stop playing immediately and leave. Teeth meeting the skin is never a good thing, even in play.

If he barks, give him a good poke and say "Quiet" He'll learn soon enough. =D
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By apoorv sharma · 21 Jun 2011 9:06 pm
but the issue is,is he gonna leave this habit coz he s got used to it now....
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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 22 Jun 2011 10:06 am
Its all depends on your consistancy training whether he leaves the habit or not...
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