How do you stop a teething puppy from biting you?

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Just try to redirect the biting from your flesh to a toy or chew bone.

For very young puppies this method is often all you'll need do.

As soon as your pup starts to bite your hands just let out a firm "No!" and replace your fingers with the chew toy (or ice cube if your puppy is teething).

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With some exceptions, puppy biting will stop by the time your puppy has his full set of grown up teeth at 7 months.

Puppies bite because they are teething, but they also bite in play.

Fortunately, you can stop your puppy from biting long before they have cut all their adult teeth.

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Just try to redirect the biting from your flesh to a toy or chew bone.

For very young puppies this method is often all you'll need do.

As soon as your pup starts to bite your hands just let out a firm "No!" and replace your fingers with the chew toy (or ice cube if your puppy is teething).

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Just try to redirect the biting from your flesh to a toy or chew bone.

For very young puppies this method is often all you'll need do.

As soon as your pup starts to bite your hands just let out a firm "No!" and replace your fingers with the chew toy (or ice cube if your puppy is teething).

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Just try to redirect the biting from your flesh to a toy or chew bone.

For very young puppies this method is often all you'll need do.

As soon as your pup starts to bite your hands just let out a firm "No!" and replace your fingers with the chew toy (or ice cube if your puppy is teething).

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With some exceptions, puppy biting will stop by the time your puppy has his full set of grown up teeth at 7 months.

Puppies bite because they are teething, but they also bite in play.

Fortunately, you can stop your puppy from biting long before they have cut all their adult teeth.

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Teething Should Stop When Baby Teeth Are Gone.

Most dogs start losing their baby teeth between 4 and 6 months old, and they tend to become chewing maniacs during that time.

Some continue to lose teeth until about 9 months old.

After they lose their baby teeth, however, they don't need to chew to relieve mouth pain.

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With some exceptions, puppy biting will stop by the time your puppy has his full set of grown up teeth at 7 months.

Puppies bite because they are teething, but they also bite in play.

Fortunately, you can stop your puppy from biting long before they have cut all their adult teeth.

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