Subject: {!name} - Stop Puppies Biting

Hey {!name},

Dog Quote: To his dog, every man is
Napoleon; hence the constant popularity
of dogs. ....Aldous Huxley

Puppies love to bite. The do it
naturally but it is something that they
must be taught not to do. This needs to
be addressed while they are young
because dog bites can lead to all sorts
of problems including legal action. It
may seem fun and funny to have a puppy
biting but a full-grown dog can do a
lot of damage, particularly to children
if they are in the habit of biting.
Dogs have immense strength in their
jaws and even a playful nip can do
permanent damage to a child.

Generally, puppies are taught to
control their biting from their mothers
but in most cases we get puppies as
pets that have been taken from their
mothers at a very young age and it is
up to us to teach them as puppies not
to bite.

By letting your dog socialize with
other dogs from a young age they will
quickly learn from their elders,
provided they have been taught well,
that the desire to bite needs to be
curbed to avoid retaliation and an
ensuing fight.

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The sooner the puppy is taught not to
bite by the owner or by interaction
with other dogs, the less aggressive
they will become as they grow older and
the more pleasant they will be to live

Taking a puppy to a dog training school
will allow it to interact with other
dogs where it will quickly be corrected
for any misbehavior. Puppies should
generally learn to interact with other
dogs within the first three months of
their life. The longer this is left the
more difficult it becomes for your dog
to socialize correctly and they can
become dangerous later in life. As with
children, the sooner your puppy can
learn correct behavior patterns the
better they will be in the long term.

It is also wise to get the puppy to
behave correctly in the presence of
other animals including cats and any
other pets that they might come in
contact with over their life.

There are many items that are available
from the pet stores and vets that can
give your puppy suitable satisfaction
to chew and bite upon. This will allow
your puppy to learn what is right and
what is not right to bite.

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