You should get rid of the sleeve and stick, never mind all the flipping him around and lifting and spinning him, and quit pawing his face when he's on the bite. Get a tug, teach him to target and grip, and out without screaming in his face.If you pet him, make it calming, not harassing. Your also forcing him into sloppy obedience the way you're adding it into the conflict you're already creating. Bad bite work is something you want to avoid, not do yourself.
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