Are you struggling with a new puppy that won't stop nipping, biting, and chewing everything in sight? In this video, we share a tool that can help stop these unwanted behaviors fast. Follow along as we sit down with new puppy owner Adam and his puppy Binoo to learn about a strategy that is going to change EVERYTHING!
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00:00 – This SIMPLE Tool Can Stop Puppy Biting FAST!
00:17 – This Is The PERFECT Tool For New Puppy Owners
01:35 – Your Voice Is a POWERFUL Tool In Puppy Training
03:19 – Stop Unwanted Puppy Behavior Before It Happens
04:39 – Stop Your Puppy From Biting EVERYTHING Fast!
05:26 – Dogs Will Always Repeat What Is Rewarding To Them
07:16 – What Puppies Learn First, They Learn Best!
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My 9 week blue heeler is a nipper.. driving us all nuts. My hands and arms can’t take any more. Thank you for all you guys do. Love the tips and help
Thanks for this video i think it will help ill let ya know in like a month
I couldn’t do a house line, cause he just started playing with it, and I didin’t want him to get used to playing or chewing on his lead. He didn’t do anything with his walk line.
Our puppy has been pretty free roam since 8 weeks old. He’d get penned in the living room for a while, but else, just running about. 9 months now. He was awfully bitey when he was younger. It calmed down at 4 months onwards. He’s quite gentle with his mouth now.
oh and that “hold the leash firm” hanging him from the heck thing waiting for him to be calm, that would so not be a thing with my dog. He’d fight. He is an excellent boy for positive reinforcement , and a bad case for forcing/punishing. The only punishment I use, is walking away removing his source of fun. Else we just try to work together as best we can. Any handling I’ve had to train cooperative care. He’s an incredibly sweet and kind dog, but if you try to force him to do anything he doesn’t want to, he’s not a freeze or fawn type, he’s a fighter. (Japanese spitz.)
wow! Sounds like my 10 wk old puppy boy. I tried the collar hold method but he does an alligator roll and makes me lose my grip! & he’s growing SO fast as a large breed doggy. his bites are harder now and a little scary to manage but I’m thankful he listens to his sit & down commands because he knows he’s getting a treat. He’s very food motivated & right now food is our saving grace. It’s good because he is on the skinner side as he’s growing long really fast & our vet said a little more food won’t hurt. So glad to know yours grew out of it. Can’t wait till we get there!!
Our 22 week old Border Collie won’t stop barking, he barks a lot and if we aren’t able to fix this in half a year we will need to give him away, which i’m very sad about. We just don’t know how to fix this. He barks when he already went outside, we played with him, he had his food, and isn’t awake for too long. We don’t know the reason for his barking. Any tips on how to maybe help it?
Doggie Day Care where they can play all day. Agility. Frisbee. Border Collie’s need a job-something to do, and lots, lots lots of exercise. Highest energy dog there is, highly intelligent and bred to work sheep all day. He’s probably just bored. Not a calm “house” dog that you just spend a little time with.
@Beth Mutterer We know what kind of dog a border collie is, but he is still to young for agility or frisbee, and there is no dog daycare somewhere near us. He is outside walking probably about 2 to 3 hours a day and then we also play with him. So he does get enough exercise most of the time.
Have you tried puzzle games to keep your dog busy? There’s all sorts, you put treats in there and they have to work to get them out. Keeps their minds busy and tired them out a lot!
@Stephanie Caza We tried, we still do it sometimes, but he has them figured out in less then 15 minutes, but if we make it harder and he isn’t able to figure it out he starts barking again.
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I’ve learned sooo much from your channel and really appreciate all the excellent content! It’s been really helpful, but at times I thought I was failing because all the pups in your videos respond so well, and well….I brought home a Sheltie who is 110% Sheltie – he’s a heat seeking laser guided missile when it comes to behavior. Using the house line actually prompted him to hyper-focus on the contraband, but…. it just took repeating the distraction attempts (up to 10x sometimes) until he FINALLY redirected.
After 5 months of using these techniques, he now knows that he has to drop contraband, even with just eye contact. Now he brings me every single toy in his toy bucket to play with every evening – which is super cute and way better than chewing my shoes.
What happens when they start picking up and chewing on house lead? He is now 15 mon!
What about for 2 puppies? I have a 14 week cheagle and a 12 week old shiba inu. All they do is play with each others house line if they are out together
Pleaseeee this could not have come at a better time!!!! Our 10 week old puppy boy is a biteeerrrr and when I do the collar method he just alligator rolls and makes me lose my grip !
Thank you so much for sharing!!!
Watching your videos are so helpful! Thanks much! We have been tethering our 15 week airdale puppy to coffee table so she cannot chew up baseboards carpet and drywall which unfortunately she has already got to and damaged before we noticed I saw a video a dog trainer uses a wood dial connected to dog’s leash to keep her from bitting your ankles when walking puppy but can’t find anywhere to order or make it myself don’t have those skills what do you think about this? Wish you and your husband were in dallas tx so we could attend your classes!
ps see last comment we use a harness so it doesn’t choke her! Cheers!