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Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Northern British Columbia
That is most important for pups that will go on to do protection work. You don't want to have the pup associate biting and tugging with pain and learn to not bite down and tug with full force.
But even if you are only playing tug only for fun, and not to build bite-work foundations, I would still be careful about playing tug with a teething pup, as it could possible do some damage.
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