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Get your pup a Kong toy. You can fill it with peanut butter and he will love it, and be able to exercise his gums at the same time. I also give my Frenchies bullysticks. When they were pups, they lasted them a long time. Now they are devoured in a flash. lol
If you are a dog and your owner suggests that you wear a sweater, suggest that he wear a tail.
Even if your puppy is "play" biting you need to nip that too. When he is playing and bites you tell him "no bite" and give him a toy to chew. He should be taught that biting you for ANY reason is a no no.
That is normal puppy behhvaior. How old was the pup when you got him? Often pups taken bfore 8 weeks are more of a challenge with this because they weren't taught biote inhibition enough by their dam and siblings
In any event you need to start working with the pup. The best way to handle it IMO is to redirect the pup by first saying NO, or ouch to distract him and then directing him to a ty.
You have to animate the toy and play so it becomes more fun than him biting you.
Also you need to have plenty of chew toys
If you haven't started basic obed, now is the time to do that as well.
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