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So, my pup is pretty great honestly. He listens pretty well and is learning quickly. But when it comes to playing with other dogs he just won’t quit. Even after they’re clearly not into it anymore, when they snap and growl, he keeps coming back. We have an older dog at home and puppy jumps all over him and bites him and just goes at him all the time. Older dog doesn’t seem to mind too much and usually plays back or just lets him climb all over him. But when I can tell that he’s had enough I can put my puppy in his crate. But at dog parks and when I bring him to play dates with my friends dogs it’s a little harder to control.. is this something he will grow out of and settle down as he gets older? Or is there something more I should be doing or training when he’s playing?
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