At 9wks, most of the snaping and biting is play. You need to teach her that it isn't acceptable. I have grabed the muzzle lightly and said no bite. You are not trying to hurt her, but make her understand she shouldn't do it. I would also suggest obediance classes as soon as possible.
Saying you have an "aggressive" puppy under 20 weeks is like saying you have an "aggressive" (human) baby under a year old. You do need to get a handle on things with socialization and firm training-- but deal with it. Personalities are different.
In dogs it is considered "alpha" and maybe you do have "alpha" puppies. In your home you have to remain top dog so to speak. Remain control of your home. Set the rules on what you find acceptable/inacceptable. I agree with a lot of what Cesar Millan teaches with the disciplining in a "dog" manner. Along with obedience training, check out his techniques.
I have owned many dogs over the years and some ARE way more difficult than others, but the vast majority can be worked with enough time and training.
Good luck to you and your puppies.
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they are babys but you must teach them not to mouth or play time is over and you must yep loundly when they touch your skin and walk away do it repeative it true you must always be alfa leader but do not use force also teach the pup to be gental and lick your and or guests hands by putting peanut butter on your hand they will learn to be gental and see people as a good thing dont pet the dog when excited waite till he is relaxed i have 4 eskimoa now i had 8 a few years ago as with all dogs if you have one it is easyer to train not to bark but in mutipls you have pack mentality making socialising harder but not inposable
Hello, I have been a dog trainer for many years. You need to start ovedience training immediatley with this pup. It will only get worse if you don't. Find a trainer that will help u with the the behavioral problem and do obedience training on the pup. I would at the very least get in to puppy training class.
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