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With my older dog, we would help when she bit too hard as a puppy, and I would tell her "gentle! gentle!" when she was lightly mouthing. And she is now 100% reliably soft-mouthed.
New dog is a six month old rescued working breed "accident" and we're not sure if he was properly taught by his dog mother when he was little, and we are pretty sure he didn't get the same quality of human socialization that older dog got in her first couple of months.
So one of the things I am anxious about is, should I follow the same strategy of allowing mouthing on me from the new guy, as long as he keeps it gentle? Or is this a bad idea and I should be more firm about him putting his teeth on people at all?
Also wondering how other people handle mouthing on your puppies?
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