If at any time you’ve been nipped by a young dog or puppy, you’ll know that those teeth can be as knife-like as ice picks. Depending on their breed, dogs typically possess a pretty impregnable hide and can nip and be nipped with comparative impunity, but we humans are not so lucky.
And yes, a puppy’s nip can definitely pierce the human hide! So how do you put a final and permanent stop to your young pup’s nipping habits? Primarily, it helps to appreciate that he’s not gnawing on or chewing your leg maliciously! Chewing, mouthing and gumming are ordinary activities for puppies and young adolescent dogs. They instinctively nip when playing alongside their siblings. This is the way they communicate with the universe and the environment about them.
If uncontrolled by his less close family and “pack” members, a young dog would, in a second, be taught by his mother and siblings to manage his chewing. But the majority of puppies are separated from their mothers and family prior to the time when they’ve had an opportunity to take this skill and understanding on-board; hence, it remains “unlearned”.
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