This worked for me, you mileage may vary.
I have a now 11 week male. He hasn't bit me in a couple weeks, maybe a little less. My hands still look like I tried to give a cat a bath....
The biting was getting bad. I was down on the floor with him playing. He loves when I get down on the floor. He was being especially mouthy that day. I told him "no biting" when he bit again, I got up, sat in the chair with my back to him. He did NOT like that at all. After about 4 rounds of this, he hasn't really bit me since. When he does start to bite, I tell him "no biting" and he stops. He will act like his is going to bite by opening his mouth and showing his teeth. I tell him "No biting" and redirect him.
Bailey needs to teach Bella bite inhibition. We pretty much let our two go and do what they do. In our case the older dog is smaller than the pup. It does get serious once in awhile when the pup is high strung and we have to mediate. Typically when the pup is off the walls and attacking the older dog. We start a training session with a high value treat as more of distraction. It gives the older dog some peace, we get in a training session and gets the pup to chill out all at the same time.
While any of these actions may not be perfect it seems to be working for us so far.
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