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My partner and I have a 13 week old Siberian Husky who has honestly been a pretty decent pup for us so far… EXCEPT for the biting. And it’s not biting furniture (only occasionally) that’s the issue, it’s us and pretty much only us. We’ve tried many things to help like yelping, or not reacting at all to seem boring, trying to get his attention to another toy, removing ourselves from the situation, etc. He loves people and sometimes I wonder if this is his way of affection (?). Regardless, I was wondering if anyone has had success using the bitter apple spray on themselves to help their biting situation? I’m hesitant at the moment because I’m concerned it could hurt bonding since he’s still a pup. Any advice would be appreciated. A lot of people say ‘Oh, he’s just a puppy.’ But he has almost no bite inhibition whatsoever. My biggest fear is that he’ll carry this into adulthood because he’s just a puppy now and it HURTS like hell. I wish I could’ve also tagged this as ‘Vent’ and ‘Puppy Blues.’ Side note: We got him at 6 weeks and had no idea about the 8 week rule, so I’m guessing he didn’t get enough time to be sorted out by his parents and litter mates.
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