Do you let your dog use their mouth & teeth when you’re play fighting/wrestling with them?

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My pup is coming up to a year old now, and is on the whole very well behaved.

He left his sisters quite late in life, so had great bite inhibition before we even got him.

His way to play is to try and grab your hand or arm and gently grasp in his teeth. We've never really corrected this behaviour except for stopping if he was just a bit too rough, which he seems to understand.

In the mornings he likes to hold onto your hand or arm and gently chew – seems to be how he says good morning.

If you didn't know my dog and were playing with him, you might think he was trying to bite you with how he plays, so I was wondering, is this behaviour typically something we should avoid or try and correct?

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