Puppy Biting From Frustration?
I have a five month old puppy who seems to be biting when he is frustrated. When we are walking him with our older dog, Dixie, and one person lags behind with Dixie and the other person tries to lead him forward, he doesn't want to leave her/the other person. It starts with him pulling to try to get back to them, but then it quickly progresses into him trying to bite the person holding his leash. He bit my husband's arm and my leg when we tried to lead him away on two separate occasions.
I take him on walks by himself all the time and he sometimes bites the leash if he feels it's getting in his way, but never tries to bite me unless he's excited and trying to play.
I've already been through one puppy obedience class with him and intend to start another obedience class in a few weeks.
I'm not sure how to correct this behavior since he's still just a puppy, but I feel that this is something that can't be allowed to continue as he grows. I'd love to know if anyone has any suggestions on what to do about it.