How to Stop Puppy Biting and Don’t Do These 5 Things When Training Your Puppy

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69 Replies to “How to Stop Puppy Biting and Don’t Do These 5 Things When Training Your Puppy”

  1. I see a lot of people here in the comments who didn’t do their homework before getting a puppy. 😛 Are there more people here like me, who want to do research on dog behavior and raising them before getting them?

    1. Yep, we pick up our 8 week old puppy tomorrow and have been watching puppy traning videos for the last week, as well as puppy proving our house as much as we can, Our 11 year old is soooo excited!

    2. I agree to some extent- people are just doing their best under their circumstances. Given the fact that people have other factors to juggle in their life, everyone has a different level experience. For me however, I’ve wanted a dog since I was 4 lol. My mom say I can have one if I can pay for it myself. So here I am! I am doing my homework- along with my schoolwork haha.

    3. I adopted so I cant exactly say that I could predict which age dog I was going to get. Not everybody goes to breeders or wherever you get pups.

    1. Any puppy does this because they follow movement. It’s as simple as getting their attention again (get within a few meters because of their short sightedness at a young age) and use excitement (e.g. clapping your hands or making a high pitched whistling sound) to distract the puppy back. Keep repeating this. Once the vision gets better and they get used to your smell they will follow you exclusively.

    2. interesting points ,if anyone else trying to find out how to train a puppy try Loctavan Quick Puppy Strategy (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my colleague got excellent results with it.

  2. This is the list for those who also have a poor short term memory:
    *Mistakes to avoid:*
    5. Getting frustrated too early 2:38
    4. Lack of proper supervision 4:44
    3. Not adequately socializing your puppy 07:22
    2. Underestimating the amount of exercise that many dogs will require 07:39
    1. Letting your puppy off leash in uncontrolled settings 08:03

    It would be awesome if this reference were in the description 🙂 I like to refer back to advice after I have seen it and it is nice to have short cuts!+Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution

    1. Alvaro Quesada to say you should do zero research before getting a dog or a type of dog is idiotic.

    2. Brenden Sullivan some people can’t understand 1st time. That is why he’s says different ways.

    3. You didn’t learn algebra the first time and you didn’t understand Hamlet the first time either.  There are too many dogs out there that now don’t have homes because someone said that puppies chew one time.  This guy is saying, “No, really, puppies chew.  A lot.  Did I mention they chew?  Because they do.  On you, on furniture, on everything.”  Switch to puppy chewing.  “Make sure you have toys, because puppies will chew on your favorite couch just like this one is about to.”  Yes, he repeated things, frequently, but I’m pretty sure it was to save you the hassle of either not getting a dog in the first place or recognizing that maybe you’re the one at fault and not the puppy.

    1. Why do dumb comments like this exist? Did you get the proper information? That’s all that matters. People love to come on here and critique the way someone edited a video like it fucking matters lmao. He’s feeding us gold here.

  3. I’m bringing home a Pomeranian puppy by the end of July (getting a new addition to the family as a birthday gift to myself) and I’m really glad you’ve put all of these tips and tricks online. I subscribed and it’s great to know that there are plenty of videos on your channel to really help me prepare for my first time raising a puppy.

    1. Wow!! If you think these people and comments have “interesting points”, please, let me know. Also, does anyone, could anyone possible know of any other places you can find information on puppy training?? ……interesting points, interesting points, interesting points, inter-rest-Ing po-in-ts….😂😂😂😂

    2. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else wants to learn about puppy training tips try Skyarza Puppy Lessons Star ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my mate got excellent results with it.

    3. Tollers are unbelievably cute and pretty good dogs (think Tiny golden retrievers)
      Purebreds from reputable breeders run from $2000-4000. I’m glad mine is just a Toller mix and was only $350 from a rescue 😂

    4. it is prob, too late now but your puppy was teething and the pet shop would supply anything needed plus real advice unlike Mad zak. It s not right for him to give stupid advice to over 2,000,000 people

  4. My puppy is crazy😂He will bite your pants,sleeves,hands,face, everything basically..You can’t even pet him, he’ll bite you, not even walk when he’s around cause he will go for the legs and shoes…..This didn’t help and I don’t even know what to do anymore..

    1. Tony Richards the avenger – Leaving a puppy caged up for that long is likely the source of the problem. At the very least making it worse.

      A tired puppy is a well behaved puppy. Leaving them cooped up will only increase their boredom and make them even more crazy when they do get attention. A crate should never be used as punishment or a means of behavioral correction.

      If you’re home and awake the puppy should be out and about. As long as you redirect the bad behavior it will grow out of it.

      Reacting in any way will only reinforce the behavior. Nipping and biting is attention seeking behavior. Puppies don’t care what kind of attention they get.

  5. I hope this works on my corgi puppy Sakura, she bites every one she meets, she doesn’t mean it since she is about 3 months and is still teething. Her favorite things to bite or “attack” are leaves, hair ( yes she plays violently on attacking my hair and messes my fancy hairstyle up all the time) feet (anything on your feet, shoes etc) and loves my hands. She will not let anything get in her way, if I hide under a blanket, her sharp teeth just go through it, I give her her teething toys and squeeky toys but she chews on those for like 8 seconds, gets bored and then comes and jumps up trying to bite my face, hands or whatever body part is available to her mouth. I can’t keep her around younger kids since she loves little girls hair and tiny little fingers, I try holding her still and she starts barking and struggles to get free. So training her is the only thing I can do to protect everyone XD , because nothing can be done to stop her from attacking you unless u put her up in her cage and listen to her poor pupper whining, which honestly makes me sad so I have to let her out XD

    1. Savage_Corgi I have the exact same problem with my 8 week old corgi dexter he is always pulling at hair and pulling at feet and we have to fight to put him on a leash

  6. Why is everyone asking what breed it is? Zac obviously tells what it is three times, a Nova Scotia Duck Trolling Tetriever. 😐😐😐

  7. How would you apply this training to a full grown dog? My big guy likes to rough house and can get a little mouthy…..he doesn’t bite otherwise though.

  8. Ok i was told that i am not to socialize my puppy till she has all of her shots…she is 1/2 australian shepard and 1/2 husky… she has 2 mini schnauzers she plays with here at home… but no dogs i dont know if they have had all their shots and definatley no parks… so i wish i knew the truth on this.

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