I just went through this myself with a little male Cockapoo x terrier. He's a sweet dog, but chewed and could even be pretty rough if I played with him. There are babies so I went out and got a HARD BABY SOOTHER and put it in the freezer for 15 minutes and then gave it to him. He love it and chewed on it for long lengths of time! It soothed his gums and gave him something to bite on. WARNING: Be sure you don't get the soothers that are soft and have water or other liquid in them. The hard rubber ones with flexible points are the ones to get. It's important you get on the floor and play with your pup. Whether puppies or adult dogs they love you to get down on the ground at their level and my husband and I still do that with our 2 dogs usually in the evening. Teach him/her to play ball, rub it's tummy, constantly tell it he/she is a good boy or girl and give a lot of encouragement. Slippers, pillows, etc., are out of bounds and if the pup is insistent then tap him/her on the nose with two fingers (not too hard) and say "shame!" They get the message loud and clear. Playing with your pup keeps their little minds active and away from destroying your furniture, shoes, etc. Puppies need to go to the bathroom approx. 15 - 20 minutes after drinking or eating so if you miss it and they make a mistake give yourself a kick in the butt and don't scold the pup. I use both paper (for emergencies) and outside I never leave my puppy alone outside until he is a bit older) and it works well. Praising your dog for the good he/she does is most important and don't forget ... play and give the pup lots of love and security. You are the boss!
The puppy will stop bitting at around 2 years old. Although it may never stop if you continue to allow it to do so :)
If it is play biting, then try lightly spraying it with water from a spray bottle every time it bites. If it is an aggressive bite then it would really depend on if and why the dog is biting other dogs, stranger's, the owner etc..
If you stand up, cross your arms, and turn around with your back facing the puppy they should get the picture and stop biting. If they don't leave the room for a moment. You can also try yelping like their litter mates did when they bit them.
they wont unless you tell them its bad(best done when a puppy)
tell her to stop loudly and if she does give her a treat or he
give them a bone when a puppy bites too hard YELP in a high pitched voice, this mimics other puppy cries and the puppy should immediately let go, stop playing with the puppy when he bites and only play again when the puppy is more gentle, the puppy may also attempt to 'lick you better' after you yelp, this is good behaviour and you should reward them for this.
Every time the puppy bites give it a sharp tap on the nose (don't hit as it could hurt your puppy just a quick tap hard enough to make the puppy release) and tell it NO in a firm voice. A few times of this and the puppy will learn that biting is not good
Buy it a bunny or anything else it can play with. The fluffier and bitable the better
you just hit her (but not really hard) and say stop,bad dog!! everytime she does that.
saying no and tapping her on the nose(the mum would bite the puppies noses if they were bad so dont worry about hurting them)
I have one and if you keep whistling to it and stroking it if it lets you then eventually it'll trust you and stop biting. But it depends on the cockatiel itself, so sorry if these dont work for you.
spray on your hands "bitter apple spray" its a spray that is for dogs to stop bitting all together. when the dog tastes the spray on your hands he will taste a bitter taste. its safe! dont worry...get this at your local pet store. -marcy
Unfortunately, hounds in general tend to be chewers - ask anyone with a basset in particular. It tends to be a lifelong trait. As for biting you in particular, they ought to grow out of it. Scolding it IMMEDIATELY when it has nipped you with a firm "No!" is often effective. There is absolutely no need to punish such behaviour in a puppy by tugging/pulling on its lips, biting back, shouting or hitting - all this will do is teach the puppy to become defensive and possibly scared, which ultimately may make the biting worse.
In one word "jealousy" puppy wants all attention on him/her. to stop bad behavior dont let puppy see you pet other animals til he or she is older and secure with your amount of attention you give it
give him cold cold cold chew toys or cold cold cold towels or wash clothes
To stop biting your fingernails you can keep band-aids on your fingernails to stop the urge of biting. Another method is using a nail biting inhibitor.
Be more specific?Biting other dogs or itself?Other dogs.. you can teach him to obey, biting is their natural habitat.muzzles are used on dogs that bite.
Dont give him a rawhide bone
You don't they just keep biting and biting and biting.
put them in a separate tank
Never slap or hit your puppy in the face. This does not work! Your puppy will just think you are playing or could become afraid of you. This may even lead to some much bigger problems than simple puppy nipping. The general rule to stop puppy biting problems is to always encourage acceptable behavior and always discourage unacceptable behavior. While trying to get your dog to stop biting, never play tug of war or any kind of pulling games because they will think you are fooling around when you are supposed to be training them to not bite.
Do not hurt the dog just say it was bad and pet it. And if it keeps biting it must be hurting or starving. ---- As a part time dog trainer and dog owner i have had many similar experiences and i believe this is the best way to stop your puppy from biting: When my dog was a puppy she went through a phase of biting when you went to get something out her mouth and i did the following and it stopped her completely! If your puppy's teeth comes into contact with your skin, even if it does not hurt you slap your hand on the floor or shout 'OWW!' (do not punish or hurt your puppy!) and walk away from your puppy ignoring it until it has calmed down. This teaches the puppy that when it bites it hurts and will be ignored because of what it has done, keep doing this until the puppy realises that biting has no benefits. Hope you found this helpful.
Other answers:Joke: How can you stop a monster from biting his nails?Punchline: Buy him a bag of screws.Joke: How can you stop a monster from biting his nails?Punchline: Send him to a Monster Reform School.
What can be done to stop biting a tongue in a persons sleep will depend on the reason for biting the tongue. If it is because of seizures, medications will need to be taken. Bruxism is another causes and a dental plate can be made to stop the tongue biting. Other disorders may be the issue and might need addressed. Talk to a doctor to find the actual cause of the tongue biting.