What does everyone do to correct play biting? Radar is now 12 weeks old and his teeth are really sharp. I have been redirecting him to a toy when he is in hyper mode. Take him for an hour walk off leash and nothing seems to be working. Any advice would be great. Thanks!
Try the search button for this topic there have been loads of previous threads with great advice.
I hate when people say use search function. Why post any questions ever then because Google search can turn up pretty much every imaginable issue.
Anyway to answer Phatpaul there are other things can do. First is to let puppy know when they bite you won't give them attention. Give them something to bite/chew on and then walk away. Also since they are teething something like a wet wash cloth that has been frozen is good for them. When they bite you say 'no bite' or whatever command, and then provide them something they can chew on. Something cold will help with teething pain but do not have to give something cold each time, can just be a toy for them. A kong with the place to put in a treat or kibble is also something. Kong has one that wobbles and piece of kibble falls out.
Hope that helps get you started
Since my original suggestion wasn't acceptable enough.
Hope you get some help from these.
Yup, plenty of constipated threads
Question about a dog's first heat? Yup, addressed before.
When to adjust amount of puppy meals? Asked and answered prior.
Dog humping? Been talked about.
Another question about dog's first heat? Another one that has been answered prior.
whatever. If you actually look at some of those post, you would see i got given a similar answer. but alas, you know everything so i shall end there i am not getting into a pointless arguement.
I should apologize to lablover34198. I was a dick. I could have made my point without being so crass. Sorry.