Why do border collie puppies bite?

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The Right Approach To Stop Border Collie Puppy Biting.

That's a common problem because herding comes naturally to Border Collies as it's a part of their instinctive behavior.

Puppy biting is a normal behavior and generally goes away with time as they grow and understand it while living with their owners.

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Breed InformationWeightMale: 30-45 pounds (14-20 kg) Female: 27-42 pounds (12-19 kg) ColorsBlack Blue Brindle Gold Lilac Red SableLitter Size4-8 puppiesPuppy PriceAverage $600 - $800 USD10 weitere Zeilen

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Border collie puppies weigh about 8 pounds when they are eight weeks old. They grow at a medium rate and are full grown at about a year, with larger males filling out for another few months.
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There can be several causes of skin problems, including external parasites, food allergies, allergies to things in the environment, contact allergies, etc . Some dogs develop a flea-bite allergy… Flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) is the leading cause of itching in dogs.
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Border Collies are known for being highly intelligent dogs and can be easy to train with experienced owners… Like many dogs, Collies don't do well on their own. Because they're so high energy, they ideally need to be in a home where someone is around all the time to keep them active and make sure they don't get bored.
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If you are not a precise sort of trainer (most people aren't), then trying to train an intelligent Border Collie can be a frustrating task.

Border Collies have a difficult time learning to generalize, basically because it takes a dog that is less "critical" to be able to follow a sloppy command.

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Breed Information
WeightMale: 30-45 pounds (14-20 kg) Female: 27-42 pounds (12-19 kg)
ColorsBlack Blue Brindle Gold Lilac Red Sable
Litter Size4-8 puppies
Puppy PriceAverage $800 - $1200 USD
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Your guide to the first steps of Border Collie training

  1. Do your research about your dog's breed.
  2. Keeping your Border Collie's attention.
  3. Be firm and consistent when training your Border Collie.
  4. Give your Border Collie lots of encouragement and affirmation.
  5. Socialize your Border Collie.
  6. Prepare different activities for training.
  7. Stick to one Border Collie trainer.
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