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    DefaultIs it normal?

    To get a nine week old puppy that doesn't nip or bite? :
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    DefaultRe: Is it normal?

    Maybe not, maybe so - one thing's for sure - it's a blessing!

    (or, he could be saving it up for later! watch out!)

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    Emma didn't.
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    DefaultRe: Is it normal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Emma the Lab
    Emma didn't.
    Oh Great to know Veronica.
    I can't describe it but Bentley is like an 'old soul' and is very sensitive. What is Emma's personality like?
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    DefaultRe: Is it normal?

    I can't remember Mocha ever doing it either.

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    DefaultRe: Is it normal?

    Some breeders will do some "no bite" work with the puppies before they leave. I know Anne (birdbrainz) teaches no bite before her puppies leave, maybe your breeder did that too?

    Either way, don't question it, just enjoy it!!
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    I just reminded myself she was 11 weeks when I first met her (my sisters got her then, I got her from my sis @ 2 years and 11 months). Yes old soul definitely describes Emma back then. She was not like "normal" puppies, she hardly chewed on anything. But the breeder told me about the chocolate littermate-brother, who chewed a couch! ;D
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    Molly didn't nip or bite at us, but she loved the wicker toy baskets!
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    DefaultRe: Is it normal?

    Some puppies are mouthier than others. I don't think my Darwin ever nipped or bit me. He too has always been an "old soul" Puzzle was never a nippy puppy either.

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    DefaultRe: Is it normal?

    Jonah didn't really for the first week or two. Then he only did a little.

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