How do I stop my Jack Russell puppy from biting?

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To stop play-biting, all you need to do is hold the puppy's mouth shut for a few seconds, say "No" firmly and then stick a chewy treat or toy in its mouth.

This lets the dog know what it should be chewing on rather than human skin.

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To stop play-biting, all you need to do is hold the puppy's mouth shut for a few seconds, say "No" firmly and then stick a chewy treat or toy in its mouth.

This lets the dog know what it should be chewing on rather than human skin.

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Get Jack listening and obeying your commands.

Never Reward Bad Behavior: When Jack growls withdraw your attention, which is a strong punishment in dog language.

Use the longline to put him in a separate room for "time out".

Avoid speaking to or shouting at him, as he may perceive this attention as a reward.

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To stop play-biting, all you need to do is hold the puppy's mouth shut for a few seconds, say "No" firmly and then stick a chewy treat or toy in its mouth.

This lets the dog know what it should be chewing on rather than human skin.

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You will not be able to stop your Jack Russell from shedding.

He needs to shed to maintain a healthy coat.

You can, however, manage your dog's grooming and control the amount of fur you have to lint roll off your clothing each morning.

Take your Jack Russell terrier to the veterinarian for a basic checkup.

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You will not be able to stop your Jack Russell from shedding.

He needs to shed to maintain a healthy coat.

You can, however, manage your dog's grooming and control the amount of fur you have to lint roll off your clothing each morning.

Take your Jack Russell terrier to the veterinarian for a basic checkup.

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You will not be able to stop your Jack Russell from shedding.

He needs to shed to maintain a healthy coat.

You can, however, manage your dog's grooming and control the amount of fur you have to lint roll off your clothing each morning.

Take your Jack Russell terrier to the veterinarian for a basic checkup.

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It's safe to say that small dog breeds (Chihuahuas) have reached their full size by 10 months to 1 year of age.

Small-medium dog breeds (Toy Poodles, Beagles, Miniature Schnauzers) will finish growth by about 12-15 months and will have reached their full weight by about 18 months.

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