Τρίτη, 2 Σεπτεμβρίου 2014

Stop Havanese Biting For Good




Dog biting is a serious problem that an owner must take control of before it is too late. Each time a stranger approaches your dog, the first thing they ask is if your cute Havanese dog bites. While you confidently want to say "Never", you must do something immediately if you do feel that you dog has a biting problem.





You may find it a challenge to get rid of the havanese biting problem. When they are young, you may ignore your havanese biting problem as a common habit and not worry about it. You may think it is part of their teething stage that will cause them to bite. However, it could be a result of your puppy trying to assert its position in the hierarchy and letting you know that it is in charge. Fortunately for you, this is the right age for you to try and end this problem.





You will find it easy to retrain a puppy not to bite that is six months or younger. There are some easy techniques to let the puppy recognize that they ought not be biting. One way is to create a short high pitched noise when they nip your finger or hand or to pass them a chewable toy that you promptly replace so they recognize it is not okay to bit somebody. You might also nip them gently on the neck just like other dogs would have if they were part of a litter.





How to Stop Dogs from Biting at One Year





As your Havanese puppy grows past a year, it will keep on biting and trying to assert that it dominates the house if this problem is not stopped sooner. Certain actions could escalate this biting problem including rough games like pulling on a piece of cloth or wrestling. It may seem that you are just having fun with the cute puppy but they may possibly not perceive it that way and may resort to biting.





You have to show that you are in charge and they need to respect the boundaries you set for them. You could even crate them during your training periods if they don't seem to respond.





How to Stop Dogs from Biting as they Age





The older your Havanese gets, the more challenging it will be to control and end the biting problems. Their necessity to be dominant will grow and their biting problem could get worse for you as the owner and towards others. If they begin to bit or display their teeth towards you or other people, you might want to think about getting professional behavioral assistance. This is even more important if they are older dogs. They may surprise you by biting a stranger when you least expect it as a sign of demonstrating their authority.





It is extremely important that you look after yourself, your dog, and those around you by completely stopping your Havanese biting issues as soon as possible and when they are puppies.





The majority of adult dog biting cases may have been averted if the dog was properly trained as a puppy. A good quality obedience training program or an expert trainer may be incredibly effective with resolving tough Havanese biting issues.





This Havanese training area offers a broad range of guides to solve biting and other problems you may have with your Havanese dog.


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