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03-08-2014 01:05 PM
sourdough44 Yep, I think the pup will grow out of most of it. With the harder bites I'd respond with a firmer 'correction'. Our pup gets the idea & turns to licking.
03-06-2014 09:20 AM
Linda1270 Lots of training is a start, helped me out a lot when my girl Tess was a puppy. Tess was a constant biter, from the moment I let her out of her crate in the morning......she'd run right toward me and start biting me. I tried everything with her, turning my back, leaving the room, saying "no bite", etc.... Teaching her basic commands would help somewhat but the biggest factor was her growing up. She is a year and a half now and a totally different dog. Yes, time is a huge factor when it comes to GSD's.

Good luck!
03-04-2014 07:29 PM
gurlonfire2004 Is the date January 24, 2014? If so, puppies are usually learning how hard is too hard to bite from their littermates right now.
03-04-2014 05:28 PM
Me_and_Kali it sounds like your dog is very excited to see you. My kali used to do the same. However the more time i spend with her the less this happened of course, i also trained her to stop biting, and it worked. she picked up really fast, and mind you she's been with me for a little over 2 months.
she mostly jumps before i feed her, and when she sees the leash because she knows we go out out = meeting other dogs, and making friends, haha
03-04-2014 04:45 PM
MaggieRoseLee Welcome to owning a GSD puppy! Have you seen this yet ? ---> http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...tips-help.html

03-03-2014 11:47 PM
Nigel Sounds like he's playing, might be the "zoomies" too. They like to bite, You can look up "redirection" on how to curb the biting, doesn't happen overnight, takes time and consistency.
03-03-2014 11:36 PM
bilalasgharkhan
biting

my gsd max,d.o.b 24 jan
he bites me alot:S
like when he get fed and pee and poop everything done
then he moves his tail so fast and jumps and run and when i want to touch him he tries to bite:O
what does this mean

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