People are making it Hard.
Everyone loves Ozzy because he's so cute and fluffy and cuddly and he's a little puppy. But I'm still training him like I would any other dog.
If he's chewing on my shoes or trying to bite my pant leg, I go, "AH-AH" and when he stops and looks at me, I give him a toy that he's allowed to chew on. When he jumps on me, I turn away from him. When he barks or whines for me, I ignore him. So far, it's going VERY well and he's doing awesome.
BUT - other people, on the other hand, don't do this. If he barks, they bark back. If he's chewing on them, they let him. If he jumps on them, they pet him. I ask them not to and tell them what I would like them to do, and they go, "Oh, no, it's okay."
....Nooo, it's NOT okay. It's not going to be okay when he's an adult. It's not okay now.
Sorry, I just had to vent. It's frustrating. I'm trying to discourage certain behaviors and others are encouraging them.
Ozzy - Chocolate Pom
-Fastest 2012/2013 U-FLI Pomeranian
"In a perfect world, every dog would have a home and every home would have a dog."