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Old 02-14-2014, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My 6 month old male GSD is still biting like crazy, is this normal? I got it down to that it dosnt hurt me for the most part. Although sometimes it hurts my girlfriend. He does this no matter how tired he is. Im glad it dosnt hurt but gets obnoxious. Is this still normal at 6 months? He also barks at every little thing which isnt fun
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YES it's normal. My adult GSD's still play like this if I let them.

Just continue with ---> Puppy biting... Hints and tips to help

Make sure you keep signing up and attending dog classes. Scheduling and going out on socialization trips ---> Why bother to 'socialize' and I want photos/videos of puppies/dogs..... (remember to take your camera so you can add to that thread).

And EXERCISE!
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YES it's normal. My adult GSD's still play like this if I let them.

Just continue with ---> Puppy biting... Hints and tips to help

Make sure you keep signing up and attending dog classes. Scheduling and going out on socialization trips ---> Why bother to 'socialize' and I want photos/videos of puppies/dogs..... (remember to take your camera so you can add to that thread).

And EXERCISE!
Thank you! I am keeping it up just wasnt sure if was suppose to mellow out around now!
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I'm sure the above links are more helpful than anything I could post. I just think one needs to keep any serious biting at bay, there will be some 'puppy play'. As posted elsewhere it should go away at 7-8 months of age.
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