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Dog Biting

Every dog has the capacity to bite: is yours safe?

Every dog has the capacity to bite: is yours safe?

Stop Your Dog Biting? Do It Now

If you don’t want to run the risk of having the weight of the law coming down on you you need to make sure you stop your puppy nipping and biting anyone or anything.

Not only would it be unpleasant if your dog was to bite you, but think how guilty you would be if your dog bit a child or any of the guests that you have over to your house or any person or other dog they may encounter in the street.

It would also be expensive if your pet attacked another dog or a cat in the neighborhood.

Dog biting is potentially life threatening. But if you follow these professional training methods you won’t need to worry

So, whether your dog is a new puppy or a dog you’ve had for years, if he or she has a problem with biting then you need to address the problem immediately. You must stop your dog biting and never give up until it is done.

The trail of dog biting tragedy

The trail of dog biting tragedy is long and painful

None of us want something which could potentially happen at any time when we take our dog for a walk or let them run on their own by accident.

Such an unfortunate dog biting incident could lead to your beloved pet being put down, you being charged with being out of control of your dog, and being banned from ever owning a dog again.

This is why it is fundamental that you make sure you know how to stop your dog biting.

Three Tips To Deter Your Dog’s Biting

There are many techniques for stopping your dog biting but here are a selection of the easiest and – believe it or not – the most effective.

  1. Begin training your dog at the earliest possible opportunity. Of course if you get a dog that is already in adulthood you are not going to be able to go back in time and train them as a puppy, but you still want to train them as soon as possible. Time is of the essence!
  2. Give you dog a chew toy. It sounds simple, doesn’t it? It is surprising how many pet owners don’t think if their dog doesn’t have a chew toy, then there is a string likelihood they will try to find other chewable things to bite and nip on.
  3. Put a muzzle on the dog until he or she learns. Some people think this is cruel, but it doesn’t harm the dog. But it does let them know they have to stop opening their mouth and biting people.