Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Southern Illinois
There are several things you can try, but the best is to simply walk away.
I've used a combination of 'NO BITING' and then get up and walk away and ignore her. She's caught on very quickly that she doesn't have anyone to play with if she starts biting.
She'll sit right in front of me if I'm watching television or to the side of me if I'm at one of the computers and I just ignore her. I don't even look at her.
She finally gets the hint and finds something else to chew on besides me.
For the first time today she did not bite me or try to bite me while we were playing. She turned 14 weeks today.
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