I recently bought an 8 week old Siberian husky, and the first two days were great. We would pet him and he would lick us. Now, he jumps at our feet and bites down HARD. He makes me bleed, and when I tell him no or walk away he chases me and won't let go of my leg, hand, or ear. I know he is trying to play, but it's gotten out of hand. What can I do so he won't bite so hard? I can't even pet him without him taking some skin.
Puppies don't realize how hard they are biting because what is easy to them may feel hard to us. A good way I found is to squeal when they bite you too hard. When they are playing with their litter mates, and one bites to hard they squeal to let the other know it hurt, and not too bite so hard. That's how they learn to be gentle. The same works if we do it to them. Hope this helps out. :)
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