Originally Posted by LoveEcho
He's not trying to "show" her anything. He's being a puppy who is trying to play, and she's allowing it by just ignoring him and letting him do it. So, the puppy thinks, "hey, I can do this, so I'm going to." She needs to be just as firm as you are with redirecting and being clear that it is not acceptable behavior. Make sure she's involved with training, obedience, NILIF. Make sure she's armed with a chew toy so that when the pup gets mouthy, she can firmly say "NO" and redirect.
She had some of his toys on the bed, she had a rolled up news paper and gave him a few good swats on the but and yelled (no!) to him but he still would jump on her or bite her or grab her blanket.
When im home and if he does that I tell him now and he will stop and be a good boy. but when im not there.. LOL he owns her.
When the cats away the mice will play. LOL