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My Labrador puppy is near about 3 months old, now these a days he starts biting too much?

Hi, My Labrador puppy is near about 3 months old, now these a days he starts biting too much. he bites everything he get even try to cut the hard wooden corners of bed also. Last week he bites my three years old daughter so hard that the bleeding has started. I am giving him chew sticks also but he finished that in few minutes. Please suggest me something so I can control this habit of him. Mannan Kaushik New Delhi
By Mannan Kaushik · 16 Mar 2010 10:41 pm


By Runni · 17 Mar 2010 11:59 am
He is teething to will try to chew on every possible thing to reduce the pain & irritation caused by teething. GIve him a lots of hard chew toys & bones made of plastic. Those toys survive much longer & also fulfill the needs for chewing.
Dont allow him to bite any person. If he tries to grab someone' limb, say a firm NOO. Then give a toy & encouarge him to chew that. Banish him for a couple of minutes if he still tries to bite. Small pups hate to be left alone, so once he knows that bitting will result in banishment he wont do it. But still u wont be able to avoid all the bittings. So better be careful when ur kid is with the pup to avoid any accidents.
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By Neetika Khoda · 23 Mar 2010 9:32 pm
go to this website.
In "Training Textbooks" You'll find a lot of literature about raising puppies.
I have two Labradors at home, and they destructed just so much of our furniture, and so many shoes, I have lost count.
Puppies use chewing for several things: Teething, exploring their environment (just like human infants), and sadly sometimes for entertainment. You should make sure that they burn off all their energy, and direct it to things that are okay to chew.
If you can get a kong, nothing like it. You can find out how to use a kong at the website I mentioned above.
Most of all you need patience with the puppy.
Do go through this site, it's loaded with information!
I am in no way related to the site, and all the information available is free, and I benefit only from the knowledge I get from there and I hope you do too.
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