• Dog Behavior10 Reasons Why Your Dog Bites You and What You Should Do

    10 Reasons Why Your Dog Bites You and What You Should Do

    You can be as familiar with your dog as you like, but accidents happen, and occasionally they result in a…

  • Dog BehaviorHow to Stop My Dog Biting My Feet When I Leave

    How to Stop My Dog Biting My Feet When I Leave

    A dog’s loyalty and affection for his or her master are well-known, but there are times when the dog’s actions…

  • Dog BehaviorMy Puppy Bites My Legs When I Walk, What Should I do

    My Puppy Bites My Legs When I Walk, What Should I do?

    Your pet may be biting your feet or ankles as you move. Does your dog have a habit of grabbing…

  • Dog BehaviorThe Secret to a Strong Relationship with Your Dog: Understanding Dog Behavior

    The Secret to a Strong Relationship with Your Dog: Understanding Dog Behavior

    Have you ever wished you could understand your dog better? You’re not alone! In this article, we’ll look at the…

  • Dog BehaviorDo Puppies Stop Biting After a Certain Age? Here’s The Answer!

    Do Puppies Stop Biting After a Certain Age? Here’s The Answer!

    Despite puppies’ reputation for playfulness and vivacity, biting is a common problem for their owners.  Constant biting from a puppy, whether on fingers, shoes, or furniture, can be frustrating and even unpleasant. Dog owners can breathe a sigh of relief, though, because puppies no longer bite beyond a certain age.  Understanding why puppies bite and how to prevent it is essential for preventing this behaviour. This article discusses puppy biting, including its causes, the age at which it typically ceases, and how to stop it.  With the appropriate technique and patience, your puppy can learn to control their biting and mature into a well-behaved and beloved buddy. Puppies cannot be trained to stop biting, and the more you get bitten, the more your puppy will link you with the unpleasant feeling of a sharp tooth on soft skin.  Biting can be discouraged in puppies by positive reinforcement training. Why Do Dogs Bite and Snip? In order to address the question…