Puppies spend most of their time playing; chewing stuff and also trying to find out puppies spend a great deal of time playing, chewing and exploring items. All these are quite normal in puppies. The use of their mouth and teeth comes in very handy in virtually all of their activities. At this stage, their newly forming teeth are tiny and sharp and like any newly developing specie, they begin to explore the uses of the various organs in their body including the use of their teeth. This explains why puppies do much of biting at this stage. When they are playing with humans, they do this by jumping scratching biting, chewing and mouthing on the people they are playing with especially on their hands, limbs and clothes. This is usually much fun when they are still less than seven weeks in age. But as soon as they get older, say about three or four months, and they are bigger, this becomes very dangerous. Here is an exclusive guide that will teach you how to train your puppy not to bite. Included are 22 awesome tips to help you make this process interesting, easier and achievable.
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