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I recently got an ADORABLE female German Shepherd, she’s now 10 weeks old and we got her when she turned 8.5 weeks old.
She was very calm when we first got her (I understand she was still adapting to her new home), but now that she adapted and is familiar with her surroundings, she got too comfortable.
Constant biting! I cannot even pet her. We have tried everything, big “No!”, giving a toy instead, ignoring, and crying in pain. Her biting has got way too excessive and as a first time puppy owner me and my family do not know what to do. She will constantly chase us and bite our feet, she’s made me bleed twice already. We are really stuck and do not know what to do.
Is this normal? How did you get through the teething phase? What is my best approach/technique to this? Will this end naturally?
We really want to have a puppy to play with and to pet. We do not mind nibbles, but full on biting is not acceptable.
Thank you to all who took the time to read, and to those who respond.
I hope everyone has a great rest of their week! 🐕
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