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« on: November 04, 2015, 05:23:36 am »

Dog biting is a serious matter. If your dog bites someone, you are responsible for his behavior. There are many things you can do to keep your dog from biting.

It is recommended that you introduce your dog to everything he may encounter before he is 6 months old. He should be socialized with other dogs, as well as people. He should also be introduced to different environments and be taught to deal with different situations, such as going to the vet.
It's not a good idea to play fight or play tug-of-war with your dog. Aggression on your part will lead to aggression on his part. If you want to train him to be a guard dog, there are more effective training methods.
When trying to discipline your dog, it must be a group effort. Everyone residing in the household should know the training techniques to follow in order to maintain consistency. If everyone does not participate in this joint venture, the effort is hopeless. Consistency is key in training against dog biting.


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